In this episode of Intercross the Podcast, Sara Owens sits down with three students from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Mary Macleod, Elena Sakelaris, and Constantine Gavrillos, to reflect on their experience preparing for and competing at the Clara Barton Competition, what they took away from the competition, and advise for future participants.
The Clara Barton IHL Competition (CBC) provides law students, international students, and military academy and institution students a unique opportunity to experience the laws of war as they are applied in practice, while offering these emerging leaders the chance to network with top authorities in this field.
- University of Minnesota Law School Announcement of Clara Barton Competition Winners
- Results of 4th Annual Clara Barton International Humanitarian Law Competition
- Write-up on the experiences of the semi-finalist team from Santa Clara Law School
- Jean-Pictet Competition: Taking the law out of the books... (Video)
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