Douglas Guilfoyle

About/Bio

Douglas Guilfoyle is Associate Professor of International and Security Law at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of New South Wales Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy. He is a 2019-2020 Visiting Legal Fellow with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He blogs in a personal capacity and his views do not represent those of his employer or any other organisation.

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The International Criminal Court Independent Expert Review: reforming the Court: Part III

  Editor's Note: This post is Part III of a three-part series. Read Part I here and Part II here. In the first two parts of this series of posts, I examined the background to and structure of the 2020 Independent Expert Review (IER) of the International Criminal Court. The IER tasked…

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The International Criminal Court Independent Expert Review: reforming the Court: Part II

  Editor's note: This post is Part II of a three-part series. Read Part I here. In part one of this series of posts, I outlined the background to the 18th International Criminal Court Assembly of State Parties (ASP) adopting a resolution establishing an Independent Expert Review (IER) of the Court to…

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The International Criminal Court Independent Expert Review: reforming the Court: Part I

  Editor's note: This post is Part I of a three-part series. I was fortunate enough to attend the 18th International Criminal Court Assembly of State Parties (ASP) in The Hague for four days from 2-5 December.* A number of themes were apparent in the general debate as well as other panel discussions in…

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