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Current Trends in International Criminal Justice: Courts, Cases and the Rule of Law

22nd May 2014

International criminal justice is growing into a very complex, but increasingly functioning international legal system. In addition to the central role of the International Criminal Court, a number of other courts and tribunals - such as ad hoc tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Lebanon - supplement the judicial component of international criminal law. The purpose of this seminar is to explore the network of international criminal courts, their case law, and their importance for the advancement of the rule of law at the international level.

Part of the seminar will be dedicated to a launch of the book, recently published by the Institute:

'Contemporary Challenges for the International Criminal Court'
(Co-edited by Dr Andraž Zidar and Professor Olympia Bekou)

The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception.

This event is convened by Dr Andraž Zidar, Dorset Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law.

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Individual £40
Full-time Academic £25
Full-time Student £15

Non-members:
Individual £70
Full-time Academic £45
Full-time Student £25

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