Download the full Kenyatta Defence report, ‘The Prosecution of Uhuru Kenyatta at the International Criminal Court’: http://www.internationallawbureau.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/report.pdf On 19 January 2015, the ICC Prosecution published a public redacted version of its Pre-Trial Brief (‘PTB’) in its now-defunct case against Uhuru Kenyatta. As predicted by the Kenyatta Defence, and as a result of the Prosecution’s purposeful misrepresentation… Read more »
Welcome to the ICLB - the home of international criminal law expertise
The Times newspaper acknowledged to Steven Kay QC today that they had published an inaccurate and defamatory article concerning President Uhuru Kenyatta. The letter sent by Steven Kay QC as lead counsel for President Kenyatta at the ICC is reproduced here. The original article demonstrates how inaccurate journalists may be and that failure to check… Read more »
Post by Steven Kay QC The IBA War Crimes Committee has confirmed a number of high-profile and exciting speakers for its 2015 annual conference: International Legal Challenges 2015. The conference will take place at The Peace Palace, The Hague between 31 January – 1 February 2015. The IBA War Crimes Committee has organised the conference to take on the hot… Read more »
Steven Kay QC, Co-Chair of the IBA War Crimes Committee, is pleased to produce the IBA assessment upon the future of the OPCD as part of the ICC Registrar’s Revision Project Please click here to view the IBA document: ‘Comments on Draft Registry Revision Project Paper: “Basic Outline of Proposals to Establish Defence and Victims Offices”‘.
Dr John Olsson, of the Forensic Linguistics Institute, has published a note on linguistic aspects of the case of the Prosecutor v Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta ICC-01/09-02/11. The piece, entitled “Was the President Framed?”, discusses language DNA, plagiarism and the incrimination of a president. The note can be accessed here.
On Monday 15 December 2014, Colleen Rohan and David Young of 9 Bedford Row International appeared as speakers at the Second Meeting of Defence Offices at the International Criminal Courts, which took place in the Peace Palace, The Hague. The event was organised by Francois Roux, Head of the Defence Office at the Special Tribunal… Read more »