Speaker - Charles C. Jalloh

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Charles C. Jalloh teaches Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, and Public International Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, U.S.A. Educated at Guelph, McGill and Oxford Universities, he has served as a Legal Counsel in the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Section at the Canadian Department of Justice. A member of the Ontario Bar, he has been a Legal Advisor to the Office of the Principal Defender at the Special Court for Sierra Leone and court appointed interim defense counsel for former Liberian President Charles Taylor. He has also served as an Associate Legal Officer in Chambers at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and as a Visiting Scholar at the International Criminal Court. He has published widely on aspects of international criminal justice in Africa, and his articles have appeared in leading scholarly journals such as the African Journal of International and Comparative Law, American Journal of International Law, the Criminal Law Forum, International Criminal Law Review and the Michigan Journal of International Law. He is an invited member of the War Crimes Committee of the International Bar Association and an elected Co-Chair of the International Criminal Law Interest Group, American Society of International Law.

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Annual Ben Ferencz Panel: Africa and the ICC

03.30.12 | 01:08:59 min | 0 comments