Inquiry into Complicity
The Bystander in the Holocaust
The Holocaust serves as the historical background for examining the role of the bystander. Professor Guiora,whose parents are survivors, seeks to highlight how bystanders enhance the actions of the aggressor and to recommend a model whereby a “duty to act” is imposed on those who stand and observe.
Monday May 11 at 7:30 am
Sheraton Clayton Plaza
7730 Bonhomme Ave
St. Louis MO 63105
For more information or to RSVP contact Sam March at SMarch@JFedSTL.org or 314-432-3813; seating is limited.
This program is approved for 1.8 CLE credits by the Missouri Bar.
Special thanks to the Milton and Frieda Ferman Memorial Lecture Fund of the Anti-Defamation League.
*Dietary laws observed
Amos Guiora is the Co-Director Center for Global Justice, College Of Law – Dean, University of Utah
Professor (Lecturer), College Of Law, University of Utah
Honors & Awards
•FY06 Congressionally Mandated Award. Department of Justice, 2013
•Visiting Scholar. Earhart Foundation project, 2012
•Earhart Foundation project, Extremism: What Is It And What Dangers Does It Pose To Society? 01/2012
•Grant award, Research on Free Speech and Extremism. Stuart Family Foundation, 2011
•University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law 2011 Faculty Scholarship Award. 2011
•Stuart Family Foundation, Research on Free Speech and Extremism. 01/2011
•Justus Lipsius Visiting Scholar. the Institute for Interdisciplinary Study of the Law, 12/2010
•Senior Specialist Fulbright Fellowship for The Netherlands. 2008
•”Religion, Terrorism, and the Law: Bringing New Understanding to a Critical World Issue,” The Value of Research, Case Western Reserve University, Spring, 2007. 01/2007
Amos Guiora is Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Center for Global Justice at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, the University of Utah. Guiora who teaches Criminal Procedure, International Law, Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism and Religion and Terrorism incorporates innovative scenario-based instruction to address national and international security issues and dilemmas.
Guiora is a Member of the American Bar Association’s Law and National Security Advisory Committee; a Research Associate at the University of Oxford, Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict; a Research Fellow at the International Institute on Counter-Terrorism, The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzylia, Israel; and a Corresponding Member, The Netherlands School of Human Rights Research, University of Utrecht School of Law.
Professor Guiora has published extensively both in the U.S. and Europe on issues related to national security, limits of interrogation, religion and terrorism, and the limits of power, multiculturalism and human rights. He is the author of Legitimate Target: A Criteria Based Approach to Targeted Killing; Freedom from Religion: Rights and National Security (first and second editions); Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism (first and second editions); Fundamentals of Counterterrorism; Constitutional Limits on Coercive Interrogation; Homeland Security: What is it and Where is it Going; Tolerating Intolerance: The Price of Protecting Extremism (Oxford University Press 2013) and Geopolitics and Security: Sovereignty, Intervention and the Law (Taylor & Francis 2013).
Professor Guiora has received grants from both the Stuart Family Foundation and the Earhart Foundation and was awarded a Senior Specialist Fulbright Fellowship for The Netherlands in 2008. He served for 19 years in the Israel Defense Forces as Lieutenant Colonel (retired), and held a number of senior command positions, including Commander of the IDF School of Military Law and Legal Advisor to the Gaza Strip.
Professor Guiora has testified before the U.S. Senate Judicary Committee; the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security; and the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the Dutch House of Representatives.
Professor Guiora was awarded the S.J. Quinney College of Law Faculty Scholarship Award, 2011. He is also an Editor for the blog globaljusticeblog.com
• American Bar Association, Drone Resolution Working Group, Member, 01/2013 – present
• Oxford Institute for Ethics, , 2012 – present
• ABA Law and National Security Advisory Committee, Committee Member, 2010 – present
• The Netherlands School of Human Rights Research, University of Utrecht School of Law, Corresponding Member, 2009 – present
• International Institute on Counter-Terrorism, Research Fellow, 2008 – present
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