ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Hannibal Travis is a Professor of Law at Florida International University, where he has taught international law, entertainment law, Internet law, and intellectual property law courses. He has also served as a visiting professor at Villanova and the University of Florida. His works have focused on the definition and history of the crime of genocide, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, intervention in and refugee flows resulting from the Arab Spring, and international law in U.S. courts. His scholarship has appeared in books from Palgrave Macmillan, Routledge, and Transaction, and the university presses of Cambridge, Oxford, the University of Pennsylvania, Rogers Williams University, and Rutgers University.