Thursday, 26 September 2013

Recent Developments in International Criminal Law: Hopes and Fears

Event on the ICC - Tuesday 15 October 2013 
British Institute 
of International and 
Comparative Law

More than a decade after the creation of the International Criminal Court, 
international criminal law can be seen as a complex and ever growing legal 
system. This seminar will assess recent developments in theory and practice of 
international criminal law, such as contribution of a comparative perspective for 
the advancement of international criminal law, the position of victims before 
international criminal tribunals and current developments related to the legal 
framework of the Rome Statute.

Rodney Dixon, Temple Garden Chambers
Keynote speaker
Howard Morrison, Judge at the International Criminal Court
Dr Mohamed Elewa Badar, Northumbria School of Law 
Gaelle Carayon, REDRESS