Speaker - Gary D. Solis

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B.A., San Diego State College; J.D., University of California, Davis; LL.M., George Washington University; Ph.D., The London School of Economics and Political Science. Gary Solis taught on the LSE's law faculty for three years before joining the Department of Law at the United States Military Academy. For six years he headed West Point's law of war program, receiving Phi Kappa Phi's distinguished teaching award and, in 2005, the Apgar Award as the Military Academy's outstanding instructor. He retired from West Point in 2006. Library of Congress scholar in residence, 2007. He is on the teaching faculty of the International Institute of Humanitarian Law, in San Remo, Italy. His books are Marines and Military Law in Vietnam; and Son Thang: An American War Crime; and The Law of Armed Conflict: International Humanitarian Law in War.

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