Event| “Evolving Justice: Locating the International Criminal Court in the Legal Landscape”

posted on 01.14.2010 by

January 19, 2010 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Location: Room 302, Fordham Law School | 140 West 62nd St | New York, NY
Contact: Katherine Hughes, Crowley Fellow | [email protected]

Often the ICC and the ad hoc tribunals, such as those established for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, are conflated. Hamilton will talk about the novel features of the ICC compared to previous efforts at international justice, the challenges that the Court raises to business-as-usual in international relations, and the difficulties this new institution faces in attempting to live up to the ideal those who created the Court envisaged.

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