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13 Feb 2017

On 18 February 2017, the ADC-ICTY hosted a training on Case Management at the International Courts and Tribunals. This training provided in depth knowledge and skills in relation to the different systems which are used at the international courts and tribunals. The speakers covered document management, managing defence investigations and managing each stage of trial proceedings. This training was attended by over 50 staff of the international courts as well students from international law courses.  

The training was conducted by Jason Antley and A...

14 Nov 2016

On Saturday 12 November, a panel discussed and offered practical training on drafting before the international tribunals – through the stages of an international criminal case; pre-trial, trial and appeal. All panelists had a wealth of experience before the majority of the international tribunals and were well placed to offer advice and strategic guidance on successful drafting approaches. In addition, all counsel received rigorous training on drafting through their domestic bar courses and obligations.


The half-day training was conducted by Natalie von Wi...

31 Oct 2016

On Saturday 29 October 2016, Marie O'Leary presented a half-day training session on Testimony by Paper. The training examined the relevant provisions for admitting prior recorded statements and transcripts as testimony in court proceedings and how it impacts the preparation for direct and cross-examination at the international courts. 

19 Sep 2016

On Saturday 17 September, Iain Edwards, a barrister from 1MCB Chambers in London, Counsel at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon and a member of the ADC-ICTY gave a half-day advocacy training session on cross examination, hostile witnesses and submissions. The session was attended by approximately 40 people.