Chair: Alex Varghese
Secretary: Dylan Trammell
The Legal Committee of the United Nations was founded to review and subject international laws under both moral and practical scrutiny. As such the Committee is able to draft new legislature and provide progressive interpretations for existing literature as member states see fit. In addition to this responsibility, the Committee also seeks to recommend the implementation of International Law into National Law and International Treatise.
Given the Legal Committee’s tremendous impact on international law, Delegates are expected to look back to the past and forward into the future to formulate international legislation that would benefit humanity and ensure that justice continues to shine in our world. Saying that, Don’t Mess Up. Or Do. The Choice is Yours.
1. The Legality of International Targeted Killings by Drone Strikes
2. The Practice of Reservations to Treaties
3. The Consequences of Sanctions in Peace