The Critical Approaches to International Criminal Law (CAICL) research cluster is delighted to be hosting a two-day event with two fantastic speakers:
On 17 November, Peter Robinson, Legal Advisor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), will be speaking on ‘Defending the Demonised at International Criminal Courts and Tribunals’. Please join us for this exciting opportunity to hear an international defense lawyer speak at the South Campus Teaching Hub, Lecture Theatre 2, 4.30pm-5.30pm. There will be a reception after the talk.
On 18 November, Professor Mark Drumbl, Class of 1975 Alumni Professor of Law Washington & Lee University School of Law, will be giving a talk titled ‘To become Kesselwäscher … Victims as Victimizers, the Victimizer as Victim: Transcending International Criminal Law’s Binaries’. Prof Drumbl was one of the first scholars to speak in a critical register on international criminal justice, so the CAICL cluster is particularly pleased to welcome him. Please join us in Seminar Room 4, Rendall Building, 4.30pm-6pm. There will be a reception after the talk.