Symposium with Judge Theodor Meron, 13 February 2020

15th February 2020

On 13th February Chambers had the pleasure of hosting an international seminar at which Judge Theodor Meron discussed his life in international law, in conversation with Steven Kay QC. Judge Meron is a luminary of international justice. Born in Poland in 1930, his experience of Nazi occupation and Holocaust survival inspired him to a life… Read more »

Sudan’s Rulers agree that ex-President Omar Al-Bashir must face ICC

11th February 2020

The rulers of Sudan have agreed to hand over ex-President Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court in The Hague where he will face charges of war crimes and genocide. Click the following link to read the full story on the BBC website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-51462613

9BR delighted to welcome Dr Dan Plesch as a door tenant

5th February 2020

Dr Plesch is currently Director and Reader at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS University of London.

Sarah Bafadhel has been appointed as Associate Counsel in the Prosecutor v. Al Hassan proceedings before the International Criminal Court

22nd January 2020

Sarah Bafadhel has been appointed as Associate Counsel in the Prosecutor v. Al Hassan proceedings before the International Criminal Court. She represents Mr. Al Hassan against allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed in 2012 and 2013 in Timbuktu, Mali. Further details here

Gillian Higgins Profiled by ATLAS

22nd January 2020

Gillian Higgins (Head of the International Practice Group) at 9 Bedford Row has recently been interviewed by ATLAS regarding her career and experiences as a leading international lawyer. ATLAS is an active global community of female-identifying lawyers, activists, and jurists with expertise in various facts of public international law. Read the full interview here

Ten key points you need to understand about the Brexit negotiations

21st January 2020

DLA Piper has produced the following publication which members of 9 Bedford Row thought would be very interesting to our national and international clients. Our thanks to Paul Hardy who leads the DLA Piper Brexit team, Richard Bonnar and Valerijus Ostovskis for a very helpful article. https://www.dlapiper.com/en/us/insights/publications/2019/12/ten-key-points-you-need-to-understand-about-the-brexit-negotiations/?utm_source=linkedin_company&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=brexit&utm_term=multijurisdiction&utm_content=publication-brexit

9 Bedford Row event: “Extradition, Brexit, INTERPOL and the General Election”

19th January 2020

On 14 January 2020, 9 Bedford Row’s Extradition Group hosted a panel discussion with guest speaker Alison Riley (Kingsley Napley), Ben Joyes, Alex Tinsley and Jonathan Swain. The event focused on the outlook for extradition from “exit day”, through the “transition period” and beyond to the potential transition of EU cases to Part 2 of… Read more »

Steven Kay QC quoted in 10 Dec 2019 article by International Justice Monitor

12th December 2019

Steven Kay QC quoted in 10 Dec 2019 article by International Justice Monitor “Experts say OTP did not follow the evidence in collapsed Kenya cases” See article here