Robert Araujo

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The reverend Robert Araujo, SJ, is the John Courtney Murray Professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Formerly, he was the Robert Bellarmine University Professor in American and Public International Law at Gonzaga University (1994–2005) and an Ordinary Professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome (2005–2008). He has been a visiting professor at Georgetown University Law Center, St. Louis University School of Law, Boston College School of Law, and Fordham University Law School. He has a A.B. and a J.D. from Georgetown University; a M. Div. and a S.T.L. from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology; a LL.M. and a J.S.D. from Columbia University; and a B.C.L. from Oxford University.[1]

Since 1996 he has been an advisor to the Holy See providing counsel on public international law, in that capacity, he was a delegate to United Nations General Assembly, to the 1998 Rome Conference on the establishment of the International Criminal Court and to the negotiation of the United Nations Declaration banning all forms of Human Cloning.[2]

Since 1986 he is a member of the Society of Jesus.

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  1. ^ Robert J. Araujo, S.J., “Anti-Personnel Mines and Peremptory Norms of International Law: Argument and Catalyst“, 1 Gonzaga Journal of International Law (1997-98)
  2. ^ Washington State Bar Association, December 2001, Changing Venues, Honors and Awards