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On April 8, 2015, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) issued its
The impending activation of the Kampala amendments to the Statute of the International Criminal Court on the crime of aggression was the subject of a session at this year’s Annua
This panel, ably moderated by Professor Sasha Greenawalt of Pace Law School, examined the impact of international criminal law in national law systems.
To a packed room, five experts eloquently discussed the complicated concept of complicity liability across fields of international law. Jaya Ramji-Nogales of Te
Given the slew of recent attacks across the globe linked to Fundamentalist Extremism, from Kenya to Paris, from Nigeria to Lahore, this timely panel discussed those on the front
Professor William Schabas, an expert on the International Criminal Court (“ICC”), began the discussion by laying out the potential consequences of Palestine’s re
Alka Pradhan (of Reprieve) began the discussion by describing different litigation strategies that international lawyers used to challenge U.S.-led counterterrorism activities.
Andy Spalding and Shaun Freiman from the University of Richmond arranged the panel on Brazil, Corruption and the 2016 Summer Olympics.
On April 9, 2015, David M.