Cecily Rose


Cecily Rose is an assistant professor at Leiden Law School. She has general interests in the field of public international law. Her research currently concerns international dispute settlement and transnational criminal law, in particular international law governing corruption, asset recovery, money laundering, and organized crime.

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Equatorial Guinea v. France (No. 2): A First Attempt at International Litigation on Stolen Asset Recovery

On 29 September 2022, Equatorial Guinea instituted proceedings against France before the International Court of Justice. In its application, Equatorial Guinea alleges that France is failing to comply with its asset recovery obligations under the 2003 United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC). This case represents yet another legal twist in a long-running saga concerning the misappropriation…

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