Bond, Schoeneck & King Distinguished Professor Named: Syracuse University College of Law Professor Cora True-Frost L’01
May 27, 2020
(Syracuse, NY): Associate Professor of Law Cora True-Frost L’01 has been named the Bond, Schoeneck & King Distinguished Professor for the academic years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022. The professorship recognizes a faculty member who exhibits distinction in the areas of teaching and scholarship.
True-Frost is an interdisciplinary scholar of international humanitarian and human rights law and is the Faculty Director of The Journal of Global Rights and Organizations and Impunity Watch News. True-Frost’s scholarship draws on her experience defending individuals accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes—including at the Special Court for Sierra Leone—as well as leading the Nongovernmental Organization Working Group on Women, Peace, and Security at United Nations headquarters. Her writing addresses International Criminal Court prosecution, terrorism and human rights law, and international and domestic equality law.
Syracuse University College of Law Dean Craig M. Boise state “We thank Bond, Schoeneck & King for their support of our faculty and for recognizing the impact Professor True-Frost’s scholarship is having on communities local, national, and global, as well as on our students looking to practice international law.” Kevin Bernstein, Chair of Bond’s management committee says that “Bond is exceptionally pleased with the choice of Cora True-Frost as the Bond, Schoeneck & King Distinguished Professor. Her professional career is exemplary, and the world of experience she brings to her teaching improves the caliber of our future lawyers.” As Bond, Schoeneck & King Distinguished Professor, True-Frost succeeds Professor Deborah Kenn, Associate Dean of Clinical and Experiential Education and Director of the Office of Clinical Legal Education.
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