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Closing argument in Mladić

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From 5 to 16 December the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia will hear closing argument for the last time. General Mladić faces an eleven count indictment, alleging genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war. These substantive offences are alleged to have been committed through all possible modes… Read more »

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Press Release: British Parliament Moves to Impose Magnitsky Asset Freezes on the U.K. Property of Human Rights Violators

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                    PRESS RELEASE http://lawandorderinrussia.org/2016/british-parliament-moves-to-impose-magnitsky-asset-freezes-on-the-u-k-property-of-human-rights-violators/ British Parliament Moves to Impose Magnitsky Asset Freezes on the U.K. Property of Human Rights Violators 05 December 2016 – Members of Parliament from all of Britain’s main political parties have joined forces to introduce Magnitsky asset freezing legislation in the UK… Read more »

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ICDL Germany e.V. – 11th Annual Meeting 2017

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The Annual Meeting of the International Criminal Defence Lawyers Germany – ICDL eV – will take place in Berlin at the Hotel InterContinental on 28 January 2017. The meeting will last the whole day from: 09:00 – 20:30. The event will include speeches from many respected legal professionals, including one of the Co Vice Presidents… Read more »

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Somaliland Justice System Takes Another Leap Forward

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On 28 November 2016, in a ceremony at the Hargeisa Appeal Court, a new bespoke digital case management system was handed over to the Somaliland Registry. The database is designed to record all relevant data about each case and defendant to which passes through the courts and is bespoke to the specific needs of the… Read more »