Law Library’s Tokyo War Crimes Trial Exhibit Featured

"Frank Stacy Tavenner Jr., a 1927 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and assistant chief prosecutor of the Tokyo War Crimes trial, stood at the lectern on April 16, 1948, and delivered the final summation in the case against 28 Japanese defendants who stood accused of starting an illegal war, atrocities and crimes against humanity committed during World War II." Read more on the UVA Law School website.

 


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The Arthur J. Morris Law Library is the home of research for students and faculty at the University of Virginia School of Law.

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