Felix Lüth


Felix Lüth is a Legal Researcher at the Global Legal Action Network (GLAN) and a Trainee Lawyer with the Berlin Supreme Court, currently doing a placement in the International Crimes and Accountability Program of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR). He holds a PhD in International Law from the Geneva Graduate Institute, a law degree (Staatsexamen) from Humboldt-University Berlin and a Certificate in Transnational Law from the University of Geneva. Previously, he served as an assistant to Professor Georg Nolte in his capacity as a Special Rapporteur of the International Law Commission and worked, amongst others, at the international criminal justice NGO Civitas Maxima and the international law firm LALIVE.

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One Year On – Remembering the Al-Khatib Syrian Torture Case and Reflecting on the Documentation of International Crimes Cases in German Courts

One year ago, on 13 January 2022, the Higher Regional Court of Koblenz, Germany, convicted Anwar R, a senior member of the Syrian General Intelligence Service, of at least 4,000 cases of torture, the murder of 27 people and multiple cases of sexual violence as a crime against humanity in the context of the infamous Al-Khatib prison…

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