Steven Kay QC and Joshua Kern of 9 Bedford Row have filed a submission questioning the admissibility of cases regarding Israeli settlements before the ICC. The submission was made with support from The Lawfare Project and UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI). It is argued without prejudice to jurisdictional arguments which also operate as barriers to… Read more »
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Click below to download the flyer for ‘The Next Big Questions for International Criminal Justice’, a conference presented by the IBA War Crimes Committee. The event will take place on 13th April 2019 in The Hague. Read the flyer for more details. The Next Big Questions for International Criminal Justice flyer Image source: www.martindale.com… Read more »
Jens Dieckmann, German Lawyer and Associate Member of 9 Bedford Row International, has been appointed to the Expert Commission on Asylum by the Federal Board of Amnesty International Germany. Due to § 5 Rules of Procedure and § 8 (7) of the board’s Working Framework, an Expert Commission on Asylum… Read more »
The ADC-ICT will be holding an Advocacy Training day conducted by Ms. Colleen Rohan on 6 April 2019 on Legal Drafting in International Criminal Law. The topics which will be covered include drafting motions, final briefs and appeals at the international courts and tribunals. Registration is open to all and places are limited and are… Read more »
A project for the tracing and recovery of stolen assets from the Iraqi people valued at $200 billion has been agreed. These cases will be pursued globally and represent a new age for the Iraqi people that have suffered enormous economic loss from their economy.
“The Long Haul”, a new documentary on the global backlash against human rights is currently in production, and seeking crowdfunding. Produced as a tribute to Sir Nigel Rodley (1941-2017), the film hopes to encourage discussion about the future of human rights as well as the movement’s history, impact, and legal framework. The creators intend for… Read more »