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Social Media Content Used as Evidence in ICC Arrest Warrant

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The ICC has issued its first arrest warrant based entirely on evidence collected from social media. The warrant was issued against Mahmoud Mustafa Busayf Al-Werfalli, an alleged commander within the Al-Saiqa Brigade in Libya, who is accused of having committed or ordered 33 murders in Benghazi or surrounding areas in June 2016 and July 2017…. Read more »

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New Data Protection Bill for Post-Brexit Britain

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The UK Government has released a Statement of Intent from its Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. The statement is an overview of the reforms planned for the United Kingdom’s data protection laws, which are to be implemented by the Data Protection Bill. The Statement outlines that after Britain’s departure from the European Union… Read more »

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BIICL Event – Public International Lawyers in Practice

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On 8th September 2017 the British Institute for International and Comparative Law (BIICL) is hosting an event called: Public International Lawyers in Practice. It is a seminar that hopes to provide a greater understanding into the range of career opportunities that are available to international lawyers, be they at the start of their professional lives… Read more »

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Defense Perspectives on International Criminal Justice

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Colleen Rohan, member of 9 Bedford Row International and founding member of the International Criminal Law Bureau has just edited and produced a new book: Defense Perspectives on International Criminal Justice, published by Cambridge University Press. The book is co-edited by Gentian Zyberi, a professor of law at the University of Oslo. It includes chapters… Read more »