Dr. Daniel Clay Presents Research at International Law Conference

September 14 2017
Category: Faculty

Dr. Daniel Clay

Dr. Daniel N. Clay, assistant professor of criminal justice, recently presented a research paper at the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law: Its Intellectual Roots, Related Limits and Potential research conference in Delhi, India.

The paper titled, "An Analysis of Lockean Philosophy in the Historical and Modern Contexts of the Development of and the Jurisdictional Restraints Imposed by the Statute of the International Criminal Court," explored the philosophical foundations of the International Criminal Court from the perspective of philosopher John Locke.

Dr. Clay’s research paper will be published as a chapter in an anthology with the same name as the conference later this year.

The event was co-sponsored by the Center for International Law Research and Policy as well as the Indian Law Institute.

Click here to view Dr. Clay’s presentation.