Peter Stockburger focuses his practice on litigation. His responsibilities include all civil litigation related tasks including briefings, motions to compel, motions for summary adjudication and summary judgment, pleadings, discovery, and managing discovery disputes, including meet and confer.
Additionally, Mr. Stockburger works as an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego School of Law.
- J.D., University of San Diego School of Law, cum laude, 2009
- B.A., Texas State University, magna cum laude, 2005
- “The Responsibility to Protect Doctrine: Customary International Law, An Emerging Norm, or Just Wishful Thinking?” 5 Int. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 365, 2010.
Seminars and Presentations:
- Author, January 2011 Month-in-Review Case Notes, Criminal Litigation Committee of the ABA Section of Litigation.
- “International War Crimes Tribunals: A Legacy of Inconsistency,” October 2010. International Human Rights Law Society, University of San Diego School of Law.
- “Public International Law, the Role of the United Nations, and International Criminal Law – Why It Matters,” October 2010. San Diego City College.
- “International Criminal Tribunals: An Identity Crisis,” September 2010. Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Studies.
- “The Science of Peace? A Closer Look at Atonement, Social Reconciliation and International Criminal Law in Northern Uganda,” October 2008. Conflict Studies and Dispute Resolution, UMASS, Boston MA.
- “Peering Through the Fog of Genocide: State Responsibility, the Duty to Prevent and the Emerging Responsibility to Protect,” 2008. University of Vermont Law School, International Law Students Association.