Co-sponsored Conference: Prosecution at the International Criminal Court: A Moot and Information Session with Office of the Prosecutor Staff

September 1, 2009Duke Law News

Features an interactive analysis of a hypothetical case before the International Criminal Court, and informal discussions with Bärbel Carl, Associate Trial Lawyer, Prosecutions Division, ICC Office of the Prosecutor, and Antônia Pereira DeSousa, Associate Cooperation Officer in the ICC’s Jurisdiction, Complementarity & Cooperation Division.
Friday, Sept. 11, 2009

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