International Criminal Law

The International Criminal Law Interest Group has a primary purpose of facilitating networking on research, studies, drafts and proposals of a private or governmental nature concerning international criminal law and institutions, specifically the most severe international crimes such as genocide, war crimes, and other crimes against humanity, and issues of international criminal tribunals vs. domestic prosecution.

The group also organizes panels on international criminal law and institutions at the ASIL Annual Meeting, sponsors conferences and regional meetings, and looks to collaborate in the future with other groups of similar interest.

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As one of the editors of ASIL Insights, Matiangai Sirleaf extends a special invitation to our IG members to contribute pieces. ASIL Insights...