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March 22, 2013

Gabor Rona on the Legal Implications of Targeted Killing at the Vermont School of Law

Gabor Rona discussed targeted killings on a panel of national security and international humanitarian law experts at the Vermont School of Law. The panel is part of a day-long conference on March 22, 2013 titled Reaching Critical Mass: International and U.S. Law in the Wake of Modern Exigencies.

Are You On The List? The Legal Implications of Targeted Killing

This panel addressed the legality of the U.S. policy of extrajudicial killing under International Humanitarian Law, The Law of Armed Conflict and U.S. Constitutional Law.

MODERATOR: Pamela Stephens, Professor, Vermont Law School

PANELISTS: Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow, CATO Institute; Robert F. Turner, Professor, University of Virginia School of Law; Gabor Rona, International Legal Director, Human Rights First; Chris Jenks, Director of the Criminal Justice Clinic, Assistant Professor of Law, Southern Methodist University; Michael Lewis, Professor, Ohio Northern University, Pettit College of Law.