Thursday, 4 September 2014

Research tools on the international criminal tribunals

One of the distinguished defence counsel at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Peter Robinson, has prepared 'research tools' on the case law that are available on line. These are summaries of relevant case law for the Yugoslavia Tribunal as well as for the Mechanism that replaces it. The guide to the case law of the Mechanism is quite unique, as far as I know.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Lesotho is one place that needs to be looked at before bloodshed erupts,the chief commander of the Lesotho defense force has gone rogue,he attempted a coup on 29 August which failed and SADC tried to intervene,he is demoted but refuses to step down and our local media is misinforming the nation about the current situation and has caused a Nationwide frenzy of political confusion which can cause a war, our Parliament is under prorogation due to corruption related issues within executives of the government, as a human rights investigator please look into our case as our PM and the King are outnumbered, and kindly invite international media to witness,I'm left with no other choice as a patriot, Yours faithfully