Milestones in International Criminal Justice

Date: Thursday 22 September 2011

Time: From 18:00 to 20:00

Venue: 10 st James's Square, London, SW1Y 4LE

Speakers: Amal Clooney, Geoffrey Robertson QC, John R.W.D. Jones QC, Herman von Hebel, Elham Saudi, Judge Howard Morrison QC, Rod Rastan

CPD: 1.5 Points

Fee: Free

 

Chair: Elizabeth Wilmshurst, CMG, Associate Fellow, International Law, Chatham House

Speakers:

Geoffrey Robertson QC, Doughty Street Chambers
Herman von Hebel, Registrar, Special Tribunal for Lebanon 
Elham Saudi, Lawyers for Justice in Libya
Judge Howard Morrison QC, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 
Rod Rastan, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court
John Jones, Doughty Street Chambers
Amal Alamuddin, Doughty Street Chambers

This event, in association with Doughty Street Chambers, is the first in a series which will assess the latest developments at the international and internationalised courts and tribunals. The event will consider recent issues in the ICC, the ad hoc Tribunals and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.

To veiw a copy of the seminar schedule click here. To register your place on this event please click here or contact Alis Martin at Chatham House by email on AMartin@chathamhouse.org or by telephone on 020 7957 5700. 

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