A conference entitled ICC Turns Ten: Reviewing the Past, Assessing the Future will be held on Friday, May 11, 2012, at Stanford Law School in California.
'2012 marks the ten-year anniversary of the existence of the International Criminal Court (ICC). This significant milestone provides an opportunity to review and discuss the work of the ICC—its impact, successes and challenges over the past decade—with a view to anticipating what can the Court expect in the next decade, including with regard to ICC-US relations.'Confirmed speakers include ICC Vice President Cuno Jakob Tarfusser; ICC Registrar Silvana Arbia;
Shamila Batohi, Senior Legal Advisor of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor; Stephen J. Rapp, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large, Office of Global Criminal Justice; former Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz; Michael S. Greco, Chair, American Bar Association Center for Human Rights; David Kay, UCLA); Allen Weiner, Stanford; and IntLawGrrls contributor Ruth Wedgwood, John Hopkins.
Online registration here; details here.