ICD Briefs 2018
ICD Brief 24 - THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEFENCE AT THE ICTY FROM AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE: LESSONS LEARNED WITH REGARD TO COUNSEL’S QUALIFICATION, REMUNERATION AND PARTICIPATION, September 2018
Fiana Reinhardt and Lisa Feirabend: Fiana Reinhardt currently serves as the Head of the Office for Legal Aid and Defence at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals and previously served as the Head of OLAD at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia until its closure in December 2017. Lisa Feirabend previously served as Associate Legal Officer in OLAD at the Mechanism and as Associate Legal Officer in OLAD at the ICTY. The views expressed herein are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the ICTY, Mechanism or the United Nations in general.
ICD Brief 23 - THE MLADIĆ TRIAL – THE LAST CASE BEFORE THE ICTY, September 2018
Jonas Nilsson: The author was the Senior Legal Officer assisting ICTY Trial Chamber I, to which this case was assigned throughout the pre-trial and trial phases of the case. This article is based on a number of lectures and presentations the author prepared and held during the spring of 2018, including at the T.M.C Asser Institute (The Hague, The Netherlands), University of Groningen (The Netherlands), University of Oxford (United Kingdom), the Irish Centre for Human Rights (Galway, Ireland), University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Stockholm University (Sweden), and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies (Leiden/The Hague, The Netherlands). The author is grateful for comments by Robert Schaeffer and Lucia Catani on earlier versions of the article. Any views expressed in this brief are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the ICTY or the United Nations in general.
ICD Brief 22 - APPEALS ON ERRORS OF FACT – ASSESSING THE REPUTATIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE ICTY APPEALS CHAMBER’S INTERVENTIONIST APPROACH, August 2018
Rupert Elderkin MA: Rupert Elderkin MA (Hons.), Oxford University; Graduate Diploma in Law, City University, London; Master in Public Policy, Princeton University. From 2006-2013, he worked on a series of Srebrenica-related cases (Popović et al., Tolimir and Mladić) as a lawyer in the Trial Division of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’s Office of the Prosecutor. He continues to work in international criminal law in The Hague.