9 Bedford Row’s International Criminal Law Webinar Series 2021 – The Protection of Cultural Heritage by the International Criminal Court12th May 2021
9 Bedford Row’s International Criminal Law Webinar Series 2021 – The Protection of Cultural Heritage by the International Criminal Court: 1700 BST, Wednesday 26 May, 2021. Please click here for full details, or email email@example.com
10 May 2021 Leading international lawyers find basis of the Swedish Prosecutor’s investigation into Lundin in Sudan fundamentally flawed A new independent report finds that the basis of a Swedish Prosecutor’s criminal investigation into the activities of Lundin Oil (now Lundin Energy) in Sudan between 1997-2003 is fundamentally flawed. The investigation was prompted by the… Read more »
Anne Herzberg and Joshua Kern submit comments on the ICC Office of the Prosecutor’s Draft Policy on Cultural Heritage29th April 2021
On 15 April 2021, Anne Herzberg and Joshua Kern submitted comments to the ICC’s Office of the Prosecutor’s (OTP) as part of the consultation process concerning its Draft Policy on Cultural Heritage (the “Draft Policy”). The comments were submitted further to an invitation which extended by the OTP on 23 March 2021. Welcome transparency… Read more »
International Webinar: 17.00 BST 6 April 2021, Exercising Universal Jurisdiction in a National Prosecution31st March 2021
International Webinar: 17.00 BST 6 April 2021, Exercising Universal Jurisdiction in a National Prosecution – full details here
9 Bedford Row International has released a new report today titled “Kazakhstan: Questions About Government, Justice & International Arbitrations”23rd March 2021
The report reviews the progress made by the Republic of Kazakhstan with respect to the rule of law, prompted by the recent change in presidential leadership. The report examines the judicial system, focusing on the Ministry of Justice, the courts, judges, civil claims procedures, criminal trials, jury trials, and the role of legal representation. The… Read more »
Kazakhstan’s government have drawn significant attention to its efforts at reform of the judicial system – including the development of the Astana International Finance Centre and the International Arbitration Centre. Attracting foreign investment remains integral to the government’s plans to diversify the economy. Full details may be found here. Webinar Date: Wednesday 24th March 2021… Read more »
The webinar ‘Evidence Challenges in International Criminal Law’ will be held at 1700 GMT, on 1 March 2021. Please click here for full details.
The webinar ‘The Influence of the Narrative in International Criminal Trials’ will be held at 1700 GMT, on 1 February 2021. Please click here for full details.