1. Chatham House – Brexit, Trade Agreements, the US and the Law. The International Law Programme at Chatham House will be hosting a meeting on ‘Brexit, Trade Agreements, the US and the Law’ on 12 Dec 2016 at Chatham House. For further details and to enquire about registering see here.
2. ADC-ICTY Annual Conference.
The ADC-ICTY will hold its annual conference titled “Quo Vadis, International Criminal Law? – Current challenges of implementing international humanitarian law and international criminal law”, at the Marriott Hotel, The Hague, on 3 December 2016.
The ADC-ICTY represents defence counsel practising before the ICTY and MICT. This conference will feature four distinguished panels on: Positive Complementarity – National Jurisdictions and Effective Sanctions; Transitional Justice – Experience of Implementing IHL in Ukraine; Relocated Justice – The Kosovo Specialist Chambers; and, Non-Judicial Mechanisms as an Alternative or Complementary to International Criminal Proceedings. The welcome remarks will be delivered by ADC President Branko Lukic. Panellists will include renowned Defence Counsel, Judges and representatives from various international criminal courts and tribunals, including ICTY/MICT Judge Christoph Flügge and Dr Fidelma Donlon, Registrar of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers. For more information please see the ADC-ICTY website
3. After Chilcot: Evaluating the Legal Implications of the Iraq Inquiry.
A one-day symposium to explore the legal and policy implications of the Chilcot Report will be held on Thursday 8 December 2016 at
University of Liverpool London Campus, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG. The symposium is free of charge but spaces are limited. Sign up by 30 November
to secure your place. For full details and to register please see here