Courtney Grafton


Courtney Grafton is a barrister at Twenty Essex, where she regularly advises the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, and the Cabinet Office, on issues of public international law. Before joining Twenty Essex, Ms Grafton was a Judicial Assistant to Lord Hodge and Lord Lloyd-Jones at the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, and a lawyer at a prominent Wall Street firm. She is a co-author of The Legal Foundations of INTERPOL, 2nd edition (Hart Publishing, 2020).

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Does INTERPOL have a role to play in the conflict in Ukraine?

On 28 February, Denys Monastyrskyi (the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine) demanded that Russia be “expelled” from the International Criminal Police Organization-INTERPOL (“INTERPOL”): That same day, Priti Patel (the UK Secretary of State for the Home Department) informed the House of Commons that the Ukrainian Government had…

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