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IBA Annual Conference 2016 – What To Expect


The International Bar Association has announced the preliminary programme for the 2016 edition of its annual conference on international criminal law, with the theme being “Legal Challenges to Modern Warfare”. The conference is the second in as many years organized in by the IBA’s War Crimes Committee, which is chaired by UK barristers Jonathan Grimes… Read more »


Invitation – Oxfam: Lawyers Against Poverty


On 8th ​October​, ​a panel discussion will take place, focusing on the legal, policy and operational issues of forced migration and what lawyers can do to make a difference. Additionally there will be accounts from people working on the front line of the current migrant crisis, whether they have been aiding migrants in Sicily with… Read more »


“International criminal law – a personal note on its practice and current challenges”, by James Stewart


On Wednesday, September 9th 2015, James Stewart, Deputy Prosecutor of the ICC is presenting a lecture entitled “International criminal law – a personal note on its practice and current challenges”​. ​The event takes place at 7pm and is hosted at the T.M.C. Asser Instituut in Den Haag, the Netherlands. Registration is not necessary as seats… Read more »

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ADC-ICTY: Advocacy Training Sessions in 2015


The ADC-ICTY is organising a number of advocacy training sessions in 2015, focusing on a variety of essential topics in the practice of internationalcriminal law. These are one-day events taking place at the ICTY in The Hague, presented by renowned Defence Counsel and ADC-ICTY members.Certificates are awarded and the sessions count towards CLE credits.Please consult the schedule… Read more »


Victim Participation in Proceedings of the International Criminal Court – Observations from a Counsel’s Perspective


Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR), an inter-disciplinary network founded in 2007 and comprised of academics and students focusing on issues arising in relation to the transition in societies recovering from conflict, will host a seminar addressing victims participation at the ICC. OTJR has invited Jens Dieckmann to provide an in-depth insight into the following topics:… Read more »


ICDL Germany Annual Conference 2015


The International Criminal Defence Lawyers – Germany e.V. (ICDL) in cooperation with the “Vereinigung Berliner Strafverteidiger e.V. (Association of Berlin Defence lawyers) will hold its annual meeting  in January 2015. The conference will focus on “Defence Counsel at the International Criminal Tribunals” and will address a number of pertinent issues in the form of five… Read more »


Call for Participants: ICLB-ADC Mock Trial


The International Criminal Law Bureau will be sponsoring the next Mock Trial in conjunction with the Association of Defence Counsel practising before the ICTY. The Mock Trial will be conducted on 28 June 2014 and training sessions to prepare the participating teams will be held from 23 to 27 June 2014. Click to read the tentative… Read more »


David Hammond: Keynote speaker at the 12th Annual Ruth Steinkraus-Cohen International Law Lecture


A guest blog by David Hammond David Hammond has been invited to be the 2014 keynote speaker for the 12th Annual Ruth Steinkraus-Cohen International Law lecture. DETAILS: The United Nations Association Westminster Branch International Law Lecture Establishing human rights in post-revolution states and international waters Keynote speaker: David Hammond, 9 Bedford Row Chambers’ International Group Monday 3 March 2014,… Read more »

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ADC ICTY Legacy Conference is now on Twitter


A guest blog by the Social Media Committee The ADC-ICTY Legacy Conference is now on Twitter. Follow us @ADCICTYLegacy. The Legacy Conference will be held on 29 November 2013 at the Bel Air Hotel, The Hague, Netherlands. @ADCICTYLegacy aims at providing information about the conference and the publication that will follow. We hope to have a… Read more »

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“Human Rights and International Challenges” – 9BRi Conference on International Law


On 25 October 2013, 9BRi hosts its annual conference on international law aboard HMS President, Victoria Embankment, London. The conference, entitled “Human Rights and International Challenges”, is presented in association with the Middlesex University School of Law, and includes speakers on the following topics: The Birth of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Professor William Schabas… Read more »

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IBA Annual Conference: Boston 6 – 11 October 2013


This year’s annual conference of the International Bar Association (“IBA”) will take place in Boston from 6 to 11 October 2013, bringing together practitioners from all over the world to meet, share, experience, develop business and learn from one another. The key note speakers of the conference include Madeleine K Albright, Justice Stephen Breyer as well as… Read more »


Upcoming Event: “America’s Drone Campaign is Both Moral and Effective”


Intelligence Squared will host a Versus debate in partnership with Google entitled “America’s Drone Campaign is Both Moral and Effective“. Are drones ultimately counterproductive, or are they a necessary measure to combat ‘jihadis’? Do drone strikes unacceptably cause the deaths of thousands of innocent bystanders, or does the method cause far fewer civilian deaths than… Read more »


Upcoming Event – Israel and Iran: Countdown to war?


In 2013, the United States and its allies will decide whether to attack Iran’s nuclear sites, and whether to sanction Israel’s threat of military action against Iran. The Frontline Club BBC Arabic Series will host an event at the London School of Economics to discuss what the future holds for relations between Iran, Israel and… Read more »


BBC Radio 4: “Decontaminating Halabja”


BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson has returned to Kurdistan almost 25 years after the region suffered what has been described as the world’s worst chemical weapons attack on civilians. The man who orchestrated the attacks, Ali Hassan al-Majid, became known as “Chemical Ali”. In a BBC article, Simpson describes the aftermath of the 16… Read more »


Magnum Revolution: 65 Years of Fighting for Freedom


The Frontline Club will host an event on 13 December to celebrate the publication of Magnum Revolution: 65 Years of Fighting for Freedom. Magnum photographers Ian Berry and Peter Marlow will speak about their experiences with the book’s author, Jon Lee Anderson. The book features images from the 1956 Hungarian Uprising up to the Arab… Read more »