Paul Bradfield


Paul Bradfield teaches in the Law School in the University of Limerick, and is a PhD candidate at the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway. He is a former Prosecution lawyer at the ICC, and a former defence lawyer at the ICC, ICTY and ICTR. The views above are his own.

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Alternative Charges and Modes of Liability in the Latest CAR Case at the ICC – Trouble Ahead?

  On 20 December 2019, Pre-Trial Chamber II partially confirmed the charges against Alfred Yekatom and Patrice Ngaïsonna, two co-accused in the first case to arise from the Prosecutor’s investigation into the 2013 conflict in the Central African Republic. Notably, for numerous charged incidents the judges considered that the threshold of “substantial grounds to believe” was not…

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