Gabriel M. Lentner


Dr. Gabriel M. Lentner is Postdoctoral Fellow at Danube University Krems, Austria and a TTLF Fellow at Stanford Law School, USA. He recently defended his PhD thesis on the ‘Legal Nature of UN Security Council Referrals in Theory and Practice’ (under the supervision of Prof. Ursula Kriebaum) at the University of Vienna and is currently working on a monograph on this subject.

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Why the ICC won’t get it right – The Legal Nature of UN Security Council Referrals and Al-Bashir Immunities

As readers of this blog probably know, the issue of personal immunities of Sudanese President Al-Bashir is highly controversial (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here). In particular, previous rulings by the ICC’s Pre-Trial Chambers have been criticized for their incorrect, inadequate and/or inconsistent reasoning for concluding…

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