John Cubbon

About/Bio

John Cubbon is a member of Guernica 37 Chambers in London and specialises in international criminal law. He has worked on criminal justice issues arising in fragile and conflict-affected states since 1996, mostly as a lawyer in the United Nations.

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Mitigation of Dominic Ongwen’s sentence: Gaps in the justification

On 15 December 2022 the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) upheld the conviction and sentence of Dominic Ongwen. Mitigation of Ongwen’s sentence because of his past as a child soldier was not the subject of any of the grounds of appeal, but the appeal process left his sentence unaltered…

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