Domestic Enforcement of International Criminal Justice: Legal and Policy Challenges

Date: Wednesday 24 July 2013

Time: 18.00

Location: 53-54 Doughty Street, London, WC1N 2LS

Venue: Doughty Street Chambers

Speakers: Geoffrey Robertson QC, Keir Starmer - Director of Public Prosecutions and Clive Baldwin - Senior Legal Adviser at Human Rights Watch

CPD: 1.5

Fee: Free

This seminar will consider the domestic enforcement of international criminal justice from a legal and policy perspective, bringing together perspectives from both practitioners, the CPS and NGOs.  It will consider both issues arising in connection with the prosecution before domestic courts of foreign nationals for conduct overseas amounting to crimes under international law. It will also consider the prosecution of British nationals, including service personnel, in respect of allegations of crimes perpetrated in theatres of conflict including Iraq and Afghanistan.


Keir Starmer - Director of Public Prosecutions

Clive Baldwin - Senior Legal Adviser at Human Rights Watch


Geoffrey Robertson QC - Doughty Street Chambers

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