Luz Nagle Appointed Co-Chair of the IBA Crimes Against Women Subcommittee
Luz E. Nagle of Stetson University College of Law has been appointed co-chair of the Crimes Against Women Subcommittee of the International Bar Association (IBA). She will serve through December 2019.
“This is a fantastic organization for disseminating information and educating tens of thousands of lawyers about issues impacting women worldwide,” said Professor Nagle. “It is an honor to become part of the IBA’s efforts to support women and women’s rights around the globe, and to address so many social, political and economic factors that impact not only women, but their families, their professions, and the communities in which they live and work.”
Professor Nagle specializes in international law, international criminal law, and national security law. She has been a visiting professor and lecturer in the United States, Argentina, Colombia, Denmark, Mexico, Panama, and Spain. She currently serves as a trustee of the IBA’s Human Rights Institute Trust after serving on the IBA’s Human Rights Institute Council and holding other significant leadership appointments with the IBA’s Legal Practice Division Council and the Criminal Law Section.
Read the full Stetson announcement.
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