As part of writing my book, I am particularly interested to reach the new generation. They inherited a world technologically connected but institutionally divided – like a 21st century software running on 18th century hardware. In order to do so, I am running, in addition to my study group at the Carr Center, Harvard Kennedy […]


Building an understanding and recognition of international institutions is an important teaching goal for Luis Moreno Ocampo.  He has taught mediation techniques in proximity to conflict zones, emphasizing real world cases, international law, and human rights in this process. He has taught and conducted research at Harvard Law School, Stanford University, and the University of […]


After co-teaching a course at HLS with Professor Philip Heymann in January 2005, Luis Moreno-Ocampo returned to Harvard Law in 2010 to lead a seminar—developed that year with Martha Minow and Alex Whiting—that reviewed the work of his first seven years as the first Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. The International Criminal Court (ICC) […]