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Janet RenoJanet Reno speaking at law conference

U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno will speak April 1 at the School of Law. Her talk, open to the public in Caplin Auditorium, is scheduled at 10 a.m. as the keynote address of a conference marking the 40th anniversary of the student-edited Virginia Journal of International Law.

The conference also will feature afternoon panel discussions at the Miller Center of Public Affairs by international law experts on two current issues: the recent extradition proceedings involving Chilean Gen. Augusto Pinochet and the development of a new permanent International Criminal Court.

Reno, who has been in office since March 1993, when she became the countryıs first woman to serve as attorney general, has been invited to speak on issues related to international criminal law.

The conference is sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs and the Virginia Journal of International Law, the oldest student-edited international law journal in the world, which is recognized as one of the top scholarly publications in its field and is distributed to subscribers in 35 countries.


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