Panelist on the Future of Human Rights Theory, Conference Honoring Jim Nickel, Duke University, March 2013.
Symposium panelist, "The Legal and Ethical Limits of Technological Warfare," University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, January 2013.
Conference panelist, "Conduct of Hostilities and Law Enforcement: A Contradiction in Terms?", 7th Annual Minerva/ICRC Conference on International Humanitarian Law, Jerusalem, December 2012.
Presented paper, "Unfriendly Unilateralism," American Society of International Law Mid-Year Meeting Research Forum, October 2012.
Participated in a webinar on "Emerging Challenges in the Age of Drones: Targeted Killings and Humanitarian Protection," Harvard University, October 2012.
Panelist, "International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law, and Implications for Coalition Warfare," Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, March 2012.
Invited Speaker, "Finding Authority to Kill Terrorism Suspects Under International Law," Wayne State Law School International Law Workshop, February 2012.
Commentator, "The Place of International Law in the U.S. Legal System" by Paul Dubinsky, Washington University of Saint Louis Public International Law and Theory Workshop, November 2011.
Presenter, "Rethinking Targeting and Detention Law," Vanderbilt Law School Roundtable on Post-9/11 Legal Developments, September 2011.
Panelist, "Palestinian Membership in the United Nations," University of Michigan Law School lunchtime talk, September 2011.
Panelist, "Crisis in Libya: What Role for International Law?", University of Michigan Law School lunchtime talk, March 2011.
Chair, "Revolution and Intervention in the Middle East," Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, March 2011.
Moderator, Panel on Human Trafficking, Michigan Journal of International Law Symposium, February 2011.
Invited Speaker, "Situating the 'Responsibility to Protect' in International Law," University of Tokyo Lunchtime Speaker (July 2010).
Keynote speaker, "Operationalizing the Responsibility to Protect," the Judge Stephanie K. Seymour Lecture, University of Tulsa College of Law, February 2010.
Presented "State Bystander Responsibility" at the University of Geneva Law School and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva), March 2010; Duke University School of Law, Februrary 2010; and Temple University Beasley School of Law, January 2010.