Vineeth Shanker Hemavathi

Vineeth Shanker HemavathiClass of 2015
Managing Editor, Volume 40
Staff Member, Volume 39

From: Naperville, Illinois

Prior Professional Experience: 6th and 8th grade Language Arts teacher as a Teach For America Corp Member in Charlotte, NC.

Law School Organization Membership: Community Development Law Clinic

Blog Posts

Symposium Review: Moving the Law of Armed Conflict from Crossbows to Cyber Attacks

Professor Eric Talbot Jensen gave a lecture titled: “The Future of the Law of Armed Conflict” at The North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation Symposium on Friday, January 31, 2014. Professor Jensen interspersed his entertaining and thought-provoking lecture with video clips of futuristic weaponry to drive home the point that our technology is developing at such a rapid pace that seemingly futuristic weapons are already within our grasp. As a result, if our laws do not develop to address the possibilities of new weapons that take forms and create harm in unconventional ways, we will be ill-equipped legally to face the threats and consequences of these new weapons.

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No Comments | Posted by Vineeth Shanker Hemavathi on Tue. February 11, 2014 8:00 AM
Categories: Customary International Law, Cyberwarfare, Symposium
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