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Events Calendar

International Criminal Law (LLM) and International and Transnational Criminal Law (LLM)

Below you find a list of experts from courts, tribunals and other justice organizations who participated in the course ‘Law lab in International Criminal Law’, most of whom also as guest lecturers in our newly created ACIL-ICL lecture series.

These legal practitioners, forensic experts and other justice professionals complement our LLM Programme in two ways. First, they supplement the legal theoretical aspects of our curriculum by providing practice-oriented perspectives. Second, they add to our focus on the law by providing forensic perspectives on fact-finding. Their help ensures the optimal balance of our LLM programme in International Criminal Law with its two tracks: track 1: ‘International Criminal Law – Joint Programme’ and track 2 ‘International and Transnational Criminal Law’.

  • Mr. Christopher Gosnell, international criminal defence lawyer
  • Mr. Vincent Cillessen, Team leader of the Netherlands War Crimes Unit
  • Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, British Barrister
  • Ambassador Stephen Rapp, Ambassador War Crimes at-large 2009-2015 under the Obama Administration.
  • Prof. dr. Arian van Asten, professor of Forensic Analytical Chemistry and On-Scene Chemical Analysis
  • Judge Howard Morrison, Judge at the International Criminal Court
  • Dr. William Wiley, Commission of International Justice and Accountability
  • Mr. Herman von Hebel, former Registrar of the International Criminal Court
  • Ms. Michelle Jarvis, Deputy Head of the International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism to assist in the investigation and prosecution of persons responsible for the most serious crimes under International Law committed in the Syrian Arab Republic since March 2011 (IIIM).
  • Visit to BAK in Utrecht for the Forensic Justice exhibition on Forensic Architecture
  • Ms. Doris Eerhart and Ms. Irene O'Sullivan, International Forensic Advisors at the Netherlands Forensic Institute
  • Visit to the International Criminal Court, including meetings with Deputy Prosecutor James Stewart and Investigations Coordinator Cristina Ribeiro about the work of the Office of the Prosecutor and the Head of the Trust Fund for Victims Pieter de Baan and reparations expert Erin Rosenberg about the TFV’s work.
  • Visit to the United Nations Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals including meeting with Elizabeth Emmerson chief Archives about the legacy of the Yugoslavia tribunal, Judge Alphons Orie about the first and the last trial and the issue of trial management, and Doug Stringer the prosecutor in the Stanisic/Simatovic case.
  • Mr. Clive Baldwin, Human Rights Watch

Go to future lectures in the ACIL-ICL lecture series