Robert Araujo

Robert Araujo
DiedCampion Center, Massachusetts.
Alma mater Georgetown University (A.B., J.D.)
Weston Jesuit School of Theology (M.Div., S.T.L.)
Columbia Law School (LL.M., J.S.D.)
Oxford University (B.C.L.)
OccupationProfessor of Law


The Reverend Robert Araujo, SJ (Oct 30, 1948-Oct 21, 2015), was the John Courtney Murray Teacher at Loyola University or college Chicago College of Law. Previously, he was the Robert Bellarmine University or college Teacher in American and General public International Laws at Gonzaga School School of Laws (1994–2005) and a typical Professor on the Pontifical Gregorian School in Rome (2005–2008). He was a going to professor in Georgetown School Law Middle, St. Louis School School of Laws, Boston College College of Laws, and Fordham School Law College. He comes with an A.B.and a J.D. from Georgetown School; a M. Div. and a S.T.L. in the Weston Jesuit College of Theology; an LL.M. and a J.S.D. from Columbia School; and a B.C.L. from Oxford School. Beginning in 1996, he was an advisor towards the Holy Find offering counsel on public international law, for the reason that capacity, he was a delegate to US General Assembly, towards the 1998 Rome Conference in the establishment from the International Criminal Court docket also to the negotiation from the US Declaration banning all types of Human Cloning. He entered the Culture of Jesus in 1986.


Araujo, Robert and Lucal, John, Papal Diplomacy as well as the Quest for Peacefulness, the Vatican and International Companies from the first years towards the Little league of Countries, Sapienza Press (2004). Araujo, Robert John, “The International Character and Sovereignty from the Holy Discover,” 50 Catholic College or university Regulation Review 291 (2001.) Araujo, Robert John, “John Paul II as well as the Guideline of Regulation: Bringing Purchase to International Disorder,” 45 Journal of Catholic Legal Research 293-320 (2006). Araujo, Robert John,“The Part of International Rules in US Constitutional Rules - A issue that could be posed by John Courtney Murray: Could it be really rules?,” 4 Journal of Catholic Public Idea 35 - 58 (2007). Araujo, Robert John, “The UN Declaration on Individual Cloning: a study and assessment from the controversy,” 7 The Country wide Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 129 - 149 (2007). Robert J. Araujo, S.J., “Anti-Personnel Mines and Peremptory Norms of International Rules: Debate and Catalyst“, 1 Gonzaga Journal of International Rules (1997–98) Robert Araujo, “Conscience Security as well as the Holy Discover,” 1 Ave Maria International Rules Journal 1, 23 (2009) Robert Araujo, “The Catholic Neo-Scholastic Contribution to Individual Privileges: The Organic Law Base,” 1 Ave Maria Rules Review 1, 159-174 (2003). Robert Araujo, “John Paul II--A Guy of God and a Servant of Guy: The Pope on the United Countries” 5 Ave Maria Rules Review 2, 367-398 (2007).