On 27-28 October 2011 the Hague institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) will hold a conference on international criminal law, where the members of the International Criminal Procedure Expert Framework will launch the General Rules and Principles of International Criminal Procedure. The Conference will take place in the Peace Palace, in the Hague. Follow the… Read more »
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The T.M.C. Asser Instituut in cooperation with the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, (ICCT) – The Hague will host a lecture by Professor Michael P. Scharf on the definition of terrorism and the modes of liability applicable to the specific intent crimes as they emerge from the opinion of the Appeals Chamber of the STL. The lecture will… Read more »
Prof. William Schabas will be presenting the sixth annual Irish Society of Iinternational Law Sean Lester lecture entitled “Ding Dong the Witch is Dead, How the World Treats Terrorists and Tyrants” on the 8th June 2011 at 6pm in the Bar Council Distillery Building, Dublin. The event will be chaired by The Hon. Ms Justice… Read more »
Alpha Sesay and Jennifer Easterday will hold a lecture on Domestic Perceptions of the Charles Taylor Trial in Sierra Leone and Liberia on 16 March 2011, at 19.00 at Campus Den Haag, Aula room 403, Longe Houtstraat 5-7, The Hague.
The Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies will hold its 9th Summer School on International Criminal Law from 20 June to 1 July 2011. The lectures will deal with International Criminal Law is all its aspects, from substantive crimes (genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression) to general principles (including modes of liability and… Read more »
On Thursday 3 March 2011, Steven Kay QC, John Cammegh and Toby Cadman of 9 Bedford Row International will be speaking at the 2nd Biennial War Crimes Conference to be held at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London entitled Justice, Whose Justice? Punishment, Mediation or Reconciliation. Their presentation will concern issues of… Read more »
On 11th February 2011, the internationally well-known and respected criminal law expert Otto Triffterer, celebrated his 80th birthday. On this occasion, the Faculty of Law at the University of Salzburg, in cooperation with the Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, organizes on the afternoon of 18th March 2011 (Friday), a high-ranking symposium on the… Read more »
The Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies and the Institute of Public Law would like to invite academics and practitioners to submit discussant proposals for the conference on The Interaction of International Investment Law with Other Fields of Public International Law. For each of the six panels, three discussants will be selected. The discussant proposal… Read more »
The Grotius Centre will hold a conference on the Interaction of International Investment Law with Other Fields of Public International Law. Conference Theme: “International investment law has undoubtedly become one of the most vibrant fields of international law. However, with most attention focused on investment protection standards, the interaction of international investment law with other… Read more »
The Tricycle Theatre is opening up the stage yet again to any solicitors, barristers and judges who wish to act in a fund-raising production of: Judgement at Nuremberg By Abby Mann It will be produced at the Tricycle Theatre on Wednesday 6th, Thursday 7th, Friday 8th and Saturday 9th of July 2011. If you are… Read more »
The Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law are hosting a 2 day seminar on “Thematic Investigation and Prosecution of International Sex Crimes” in Cape Town on 7-8 March 2011. The seminar is organized by the FICHL, Yale University and the University of Cape Town, with support from the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs…. Read more »
The title of Steven Kay QCs lecture today at 6 pm at the College of Law, 14 Store Street, London for the Law & Focus group will be “The Lebanon Tribunal: The background to the creation of the Court for a political purpose”.
PHAP (Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection) will provide the following two courses in April in Montreal: 1) Formation avancee en Droit international et Politiques humanitaires 2) Thematic Workshop on Engaging with Non-State Actors: Opportunities and Challenges For more information about the courses and the registration please follow this link: http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=vgmcxlcab&v=001Akwh5HY8vpz5VMy2S5PdJwduEhsFZuKAR84I-cXjaZFzzEH6855_eQaDr2kMuABx-NpKfmQl0KsHpTmCBsz6AzSZVr88AoWLR9KmFlAEFzF0VujWyX18E_bC5Bvo4irY70IG7kWFjm_YvvPlO9dLPA%3D%3D
The FICHL (Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law) with support from the Norwegian Center for Human Rights (University of Oslo) in association with the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) will organize the first 2011 LI Haopei Lecture in Oslo on 8 February 2011 on the Implications of the Criminalization of Aggression. ICC Judge and… Read more »
On 28 and 29 January, the TMC Asser Institute will host a conference on “Common Civility: International Criminal Law as a Cultural Hybrid.” Below is an overview of the program and links to the conference flyer and brochure. The object of the conference on Common Civility is to contribute to further development of ICL by… Read more »
Steven Kay, QC will be giving a lecture on the Special Tribunal for Lebanon on 24 January 2011 starting at 6 p.m. The lecture will take place at the Law and Justice Forum, College of Law at 14 Store Street, London WC1.
The course will take place from 7 – 11 March 2011 at the T.M.C Asser Instituut in The Hague. It will “review the sources of public international law and its subjects such as states, international organizations and individuals.” It will, amongst others, deal with: “the application of international law by domestic courts; the relationship between… Read more »
See the Conference Announcement below: Organized by the Interfaculty Research Platform on International Criminal and Humanitarian Law as part of the launch activities of the Inter-Faculty Research Platform on International Criminal and Humanitarian Law initiated by the University of Amsterdam, the TMC Asser Instituut, Leiden University and the Free University Amsterdam, this conference proposes to… Read more »
This conference will take place on 7-8 April 2011 in The Hague, Netherlands. The focus of the conference will be on the “causes and responses to systematic sexual violence and the rights and perspectives of victims.” It will examine “new evidentiary standards for the International Criminal Court, the relative merits of using domestic, hybrid, international,… Read more »
On 1 December 2010, Tom Zwart, Professor of Human Rights at Utrecht University, will deliver a lecture entitled Relieving the tensions between the AU and the ICC: How to Prevent them Ending up like the Frog and the Scorpion as part of the Supranational Criminal Law Lecture Series at the Asser Institute in The Hague. Registration not required,… Read more »