The Sixth Committee: Legal

Topic 1: The Scope & Application of Universal Jurisdiction

Topic 2: Defining Legal Standards for International Intervention & Peacekeeping

When you take a quick look at the many states that join together to form the Legal Committee, it is evident that not a single system unites them all. While our legislation may vary greatly from place to place, there will always remain the question of if these laws are what is truly best for the world at large. Delegates of the General Assembly will be asked to take a unique look at some of the world’s most pressing issues and make a series of recommendations for ideal approaches for us all to follow. While these questions may have several correct answers, it is only through practice that we can truly know what final decisions reign supreme.

Co-Chairs: Christopher Considine & Darren Stanizzi

Christopher Considine

Chris is a senior in the College of Engineering at Boston University, finishing up his degree in Computer Engineering. He is originally from Libertyville IL, a small suburb about 30 miles north of Chicago. He is an active participant in the professional engineering fraternity, Theta Tau. He has worked as a software development intern and has been developing a small mobile game in his spare time. His proudest achievement at school has been developing a fully functioning computer Central Processing Unit last year. He enjoys playing ice hockey and soccer in his spare time, and watching the Blackhawks win a plethora of Stanley Cups over the last several years. 

Darren Stanizzi

Darren is a native Bostonian but was raised in the small town of Hollis, New Hampshire, which is about an hour away from the city. He is a transfer student and is currently a junior at Boston University studying Biology with a concentration in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Genetics in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is also on a pre-medical track with the hopes of going to medical school and becoming a urologist.  Darren is also involved in many clubs on campus including the Pre-Medical Society, the Red Cross Club, and BU’s Build Program.