Henry T. King, Jr.

A Life Dedicated to International Justice

Edited by: Michael P. Scharf

Tags: Legal History

202 pp $30.00

ISBN 978-1-61163-038-1

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In his nine decades on the planet, the late Henry T. King, Jr., served as a Prosecutor at Nuremberg, Legal Adviser of the Marshall Plan, Chief Corporate International Counsel for TRW, Chairman of the American Bar Association's International Law Section, Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University, Delegate to the Rome Diplomatic Conference on the Establishment of the International Criminal Court, and Honorary Consul of Canada. In his final work, Professor King shares insights about his life's extraordinary journey, the history of international accountability for war crimes, and his philosophy of peace through justice. The book includes a Foreword by Professor King's son, best-selling novelist Dave King, as well as personal reflections about Professor King by prominent international prosecutors, government officials, and academic colleagues.