Meritxell Regué


Meritxell Regué is Appeals Counsel at the Office of the Prosecutor of the ICC and former Legal Officer at the Office of the Prosecutor of the ICTY. She holds a law degree from Esade Law School and LL.M. from Columbia Law School. The views expressed herein are the author’s exclusively and in her private capacity. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of the Prosecutor or the ICC, nor can they be attributed to the Office or the Court.

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Five Procedural Takeaways from the ICC’s 18 July 2019 Lubanga Second Reparations Judgment

On 18 July 2019, the International Criminal Court (ICC) Appeals Chamber issued a landmark judgment upholding a USD 10,000,000 collective reparations award for victims in the case against Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. In this second—and hopefully final—Appeals judgment on reparations in the Lubanga case, the Appeals Chamber largely confirmed the methodology that Trial Chamber II…

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Formal, Functional, and Intermediate Approaches to Reparations Liability: Situating the ICC’s 15 December 2017 Lubanga Reparations Decision

On 15 December 2017, the International Criminal Court (ICC) Trial Chamber II found Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, former President and Commander-in-Chief of the UPC/FPLC, responsible for reparations in the amount of USD 10,000,000 — the largest ICC reparations order issued to-date. The Lubanga case was the first to reach the reparations stage — yet controversy surrounding procedural…

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