During the summer of 2005, 3L Jacob A. Ramer worked at the T.M.C. Asser Institute, an international law institute based in The Hague, The Netherlands, researching and writing for the Section of International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law.  He wrote reports for the 2004 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, addressing state practice with respect to International Criminal Law (“ICL”) and International Humanitarian Law (“IHL”) for several countries, including the United States, Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia, and also wrote several pieces for the soon-to-be-launched Asser website devoted to issues of ICL and IHL.  With the help of his involvement in Operation Kosovo at Chicago-Kent, Jacob also began working on the defense team of an ex-Kosovo Liberation Army soldier charged with war crimes at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, and continued to do so throughout academic year 2005-2006. Mr. Ramer received his JD degree from Chicago-Kent in May, 2006.