Yulia Nuzban

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Yulia Nuzban is a lawyer from Ukraine, who has worked on investigation and prosecution of several cases and situations at the ICC. In the past, she has worked with a law firm, human rights organisations, research and historical institutes, and an international criminal defence team. She has published pieces on international criminal justice, human rights, and the rule of law.

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Part II: What can be done about the length of proceedings at the ICC?

  Editor's note: This is Part II of a two-part post. See Part I here. Recent improvements In recent years, the Assembly of States Parties, Presidency, Chambers, Registry, and Office of Prosecutor have all made efforts to make the ICC proceedings more efficient. Back in 2010, the Assembly of States Parties…

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Part I: What can be done about the length of proceedings at the ICC?

  Editor's note: this is Part I of a two-part post. “Judgement does not come suddenly; the proceedings gradually merge into the judgement.” Franz Kafka, The Trial Jean-Pierre Bemba made his first appearance before the Pre-Trial Chamber in July 2008. His trial began in November 2010 and lasted four…

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