Carollann Braum, LL.M., J.D.

Associate Dean, John H. Carey II School of Law

Ms. Braum is a lawyer admitted to the bars in Colorado and Oklahoma in the United States. She earned an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Notre Dame Law School, as well as a Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University School of Law. Before moving to Prague, Ms. Braum ran an immigration and human rights law practice in Colorado and has trial experience in federal civil rights law. Prior to that, she engaged in research regarding human trafficking and organized crime prosecutions in Chicago and Denver, and helped draft legislation aimed at combating human trafficking and organized crime in Oklahoma.

specialization

International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, Legal Research and Writing, Torts

courses taught

Torts, Legal Research and Writing, Dissertation, Introduction to Law

publications & other activities

  • “Legality of Independence Referendums under International Law: A Look at How Recent Developments May Impact the Notion of State Sovereignty” Mezinárodního práva a státní uzemí (International Law and National Territory), Univerzita Karlova v Praze Právnická fakultav(2015)
  • “The Political Realities and Legal Possibilities Concerning the Relationship between the United Nations Security Council and the Crime of Aggression in the International Criminal Court,” Czech Yearbook of Public and Private International Law (CYIL), issued by the Czech Society of International Law (2015)
  • “Analysis of the Provision of Weapons under the Kampala Amendment,” Odpověď mezinárodního práva na mezinárodní zločiny (Answers about International Crimes according to International Law), Univerzita Karlova v Praze Právnická fakultav(2014)
  • “Private Military Contractors, Paramilitaries and Mercenaries in the Ukrainian Conflict: An Analysis of Their Impact on International Law,” Czech Yearbook of Public and Private International Law (CYIL), issued by the Czech Society of International Law (2014)
  • “Emerging Business and Human Rights Standards,” Center for Research and Interdisciplinary Studies (CRIS) Bulletin (2014)