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The European Court of Human Rights and international criminal law

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Session 6: The European Court of Human Rights and international criminal law

The Law Society, Middlesex University School of Law and Matrix Chambers are working together to produce a Human Rights Practice Short Course. This course will focus on the latest developments and emerging issues in European and international human rights practice: themes and systems, law and practice.

 

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The European Court of Human Rights and international criminal law

 

 

Session Six: The European Court of Human Rights and international criminal law

In recent years, the European Court has addressed cases concerning genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, as well as the application of the Geneva Conventions in the interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights. The relevant cases will be examined.

 

Speakers:

  • Roger Jairaj Sahota (Partner BSB Solicitors, Law Society Human Rights Committee Member)
  • Professor William Schabas (Middlesex University London)

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