International Criminal Law

Cases

International Criminal Court

 

  • Prosecutor v Saif Al Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Al-Senussi (members of chambers are involved on different sides of the case – representing suspects Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Al-Senussi - Colonel Gaddafi’s son and chief intelligence officer - as well as the Government of Libya in case involving charges of crimes against humanity arising out of events in Libya in 2011).
  • Prosecutor v Bemba (defending Mr Bemba, military commander of the ‘Mouvement de libération du Congo’, charged with murder, rape and torture as crimes against humanity, as well as war crimes, allegedly committed in the Central African Republic).
  • Prosecutor v Kosgey et al (representing Mr Kosgey, Member of Parliament and Chairman of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) in Kenya, on charges of crimes against humanity arising out of post-election violence in Kenya in 2008).

 

International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

 

  • Prosecutor v Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac (two members of the ICL team are acting in this high-profile war crimes appeal concerning Croatia’s recapturing its territory in Operation “Storm” in August 1995)
  • Prosecutor v Naser Oric - (defended the wartime commander of Srebrenica in Bosnia & Herzegovina in his trial and appeal before the ICTY from 2003-2008. Orić was fully acquitted of all charges on appeal).
  • Prosecutor v Rasim Delic - (case involving the highest-ranking officer in the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who was convicted on the basis of superior responsibility for crimes committed by mujahedin in Bosnia).
  • Prosecutor v Stanisic - (case involving the Head of the State Security of Serbia).
  • Prosecutor v Momcilo Krajisnik (case involving former Speaker of the Bosnian Serb Assembly).
  • Prosecutor v Prlic and others - (represented UN international organisation during testimony of former staff member in closed session proceedings at International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia).
  • Prosecutor v Isak Musliu - (defended ex-member of Kosovo Liberation Army accused of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity).
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  • Prosecutor v Brdjanin - (represented Washington Post reporter Jonathan Randal at ICTY in establishing qualified privilege for war correspondents.
  • Prosecutor v Tabakovic (represented a Bosnian Muslim accused of contempt at the ICTY).

 

International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

 

  • Prosecutor v Baglishema - (represented accused facing charges of War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity and Genocide).
  • Prosecutor v Bagaragaza - (represented Chief of the Tea Factories).

 

Special Court for Sierra Leone

 

  • Prosecutor v Sesay (represented leader of the Revolutionary United Front)
  • Prosecutor v Moinina Fofana - (defended ex-member of Civil Defence Forces)
  • Prosecutor v Morris Kallon - (defended ex-member of Revolutionary United Front in proceedings before Appeals Chamber challenging legality of establishment of Special Court and status of amnesty granted under international law.

 

Special Tribunal for Lebanon

 

Prosecutor v Ayyash et al (defending two of four persons indicted for assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in first international terrorism trial).

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