This event draws professors and practitioners from multiple fields––government policymaking, international human rights law, law in society, and the history of technology–– to come together on a common platform to engage in an open, balanced multidimensional dialogue about the legal, political, technological and ethical issues surrounding UAVs, and challenge us to think about the implications of drone technology in war and peacetime.
Saturday, April 27th, 2013
1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Yale Law School
Sterling Law Building
1:30-2:30: Opening remarks
2:30-3:30: Roundtable discussion
3:30-4:00: Refreshments and an open discussion with the audience
Oona Hathaway, Gerard C. and Bernice Latrobe Smith Professor of International Law and Director of the Center for
Global Legal Challenges, Yale Law School.
· James Cavallaro, Professor and founding director of the International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution
Clinic, Stanford Law School.
· Gabor Rona, Human Rights First and adjunct at Columbia Law School.
· Matthew C. Waxman, Professor of Law and Faculty Co-Chair for the Roger Hertog Program on Law and National Security, Columbia Law School.
· Bruce Fein, Litchfield Associates, Washington, D.C.
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