Stuart Ford

Stuart Ford is a Professor of Law at UIC John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, where he writes primarily about international criminal law and international criminal justice.  His most recent work is an analysis of the empirical evidence showing that the International Criminal Court does prevent violence.  Prior to entering academia, he served as an Assistant Prosecutor at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, where he prosecuted former members of the Khmer Rouge for atrocities committed in Cambodia during the 1970s.

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