Counter-terrorism Simulation 2015

7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., MST, S.J. Quinney College of Law Watch students of Professor Guiora’s Global Perspectives on Counter-terrorism course work through real-time scenarios in the 8th Annual Counter-Terrorism Simulation, Friday, April 10th. The Simulation is designed to test each student’s crisis management skills through realistic replication of current events. The course interspersed four […]

The Invisible Crime: Human Trafficking in Utah

By Liza Bacon and Gabrielle Barker for On February 12, 2014, the Center for Global Justice, S.J. Quinney College of Law and the Social Justice Student Initiative were honored to welcome Veteran Fire Captain Fernando Rivero for “The Invisible Crime: Human Trafficking in Utah.” The event was widely attended by over 200 attendees that […]

The Invisible Crime: Human Trafficking in Utah

12:15 – 1:15 p.m., Sutherland Moot Courtroom, S.J. Quinney College of Law Human trafficking has often been referred to as “the invisible crime.” This crisis masks itself in legality by existing on the streets of Salt Lake in businesses that rarely cause suspicion. What occurs behind closed doors, however, is far more alarming and darker […]

Stegner Center Green Bag – Anastasia Telesetsky

Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing and Transnational Organized Crime IUU Fishing and Transnational Crime Paper » 12:15 -1:30 p.m., Room 106, S.J. Quinney College of Law Anastasia Telesetsky, Associate Professor of Law, University of Idaho Anastasia Telesetsky is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Idaho, specializing in environmental and natural resources law.  […]

History, Ideals, and Global Conflict

by Wayne McCormack for the Global Justice Blog –  The United States is having severely detrimental effects on the post-Soviet world. This short essay is a sympathetic attempt to bring our society back to its own professed ideals. In most simple terms, those ideals of liberty should lead us to leave people alone except for defensive […]

Putting Your Money Where your Morals Are? Information to Curb Conflict and Influence Corporate Conduct

by Erika George – Imagine being able to ensure that the electronic devices we use daily do not fund further violence in a region where rape is routinely used as a weapon of terror in a decades old conflict that has cost millions of lives. Unfortunately, access to information just became more complicated for concerned […]

Ukraine, American Crimes, and Self-Determination

by Wayne McCormack –  My Russian-born wife with relatives in the Crimea has been asking me some tough questions that deserve thoughtful and sincere answers. Unfortunately, I’m having trouble with some of the answers. Here are the major questions, which are very familiar to observers of the past several years: How can the U.S. talk […]

Calvin M. Boardman: Business Ethics When Cultures Clash

S.J. Quinney College of Law, Borchard Conference Room Sponsored by the Center for Global justice at the S.J. Quinney of Law Co-sponsored by the Tanner Center for Human Rights, the Global Health Initiative, and the Democracy in South Asia Forum. Business Ethics When Cultures Clash: The Case of the Early American Indian and the European White Man […]

Counter-terrorism Simulation 2014

Counter-terrorism Simulation 2014 The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law will stream a live Counter-terrorism Simulation designed to test participants’ ability to identify, address, and solve complex legal and ethical dilemmas. The Simulation is an annual event created by Professor Guiora as part of his class on counter-terrorism that implements classroom knowledge in […]

International Law Colloquium: Tony Anghie & Benedict Kingsbury

The subject and speakers of this event will now be as follows. Is Imperialism Still a Relevant Concept?, Tony Anghie Global Administrative Law as Critique, Benedict Kingsbury S.J. Quinney College of Law, Borchard Conference Room For more information about the International Law Colloquium, please visit our webpage here >>.