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International Law Weekend 2018 – The Rome Statute at 20: Dedicated to the Memory of M. Cherif Bassiouni, the “Father” of International Criminal Law and the ICC

International Law Weekend 2018 – The Rome Statute at 20: Dedicated to the Memory of M. Cherif Bassiouni, the “Father” of International Criminal Law and the ICC

By Lola Awobokun I had the pleasure of attending International Law Weekend (ILW) 2018 in New York, October 18-20, as a student ambassador of the Harris Institute. During ILW, I was privileged to attend a panel dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute of...

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Politics, Procedure, and Law: Three Continuing Challenges for the ICC in its Third Decade

Politics, Procedure, and Law: Three Continuing Challenges for the ICC in its Third Decade

By: Leila Nadya Sadat This piece was originally posted on The International Criminal Court Forum, a project run by the UCLA School of Law’s Human Rights Project, as part of a series celebrating the ICC’s 20th anniversary. It is re-posted here in honor of International...

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