Michael Mandel "teaches Criminal Law, Advanced Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, The Law of War, Legal Politics and Modern Constitutionalism in Comparative Perspective. His primary scholarly interests are in international criminal law and constitutional law and politics. Among his many published works are The Charter of Rights and the Legalization of Politics in Canada (Thompson Education Publishers, 1989, 1994; French edition, Editions Boreal, 1996) and, most recently, How America Gets Away With Murder: Illegal Wars, Collateral Damage and Crimes Against Humanity (Pluto Press, 2004). A member of Osgoode's faculty since 1974, he has taught in the Native Law Program at the University of Saskatchewan, in the Political Science Department at McMaster University, and in the Criminology Department at the University of Toronto. He has also taught and lectured at several of Italy's major universities: Bologna (where he ran an exchange program for law students from 1995-2001), Torino, Trento, Padova, Napoli, Calabria, and the European University Institute in Florence where he was honoured with a Jean Monnet Fellowship in 1990-91. In 1998 he was a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem." 
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- Michael Mandel, sgoode.yorku.ca, accessed July 6, 2009.