Wed, 21 Nov|
Pusey Room, Keble College
Sir Geoffrey Nice
Lead prosecutor at President Slobodan Milošević's trial for war crimes
Time & Location
21 Nov 2018, 19:30
Pusey Room, Keble College, Oxford OX1 3PG, UK
About The Event
Professor Sir Geoffrey Nice QC has a remarkable career as a successful barrister with proven experience in bringing war criminals to justice. He led the prosecution at the ICTY of Slobodan Milošević - architect of the the Srebrenica Massacre (Europe's worst atrocity since World War II). His continued involvement at the ICC in cases involving Sudan, Kenya and Libya, and extensive pro bono work for victims of oppressive regimes further defines his unique contribution to the study and practice of international humanitarian law.
Sir Geoffrey's co-authoring of the 2014 Syrian detainee report is further testament to his international repute. His extensive expertise uniquely places him to offer incisive commentary on the future of international collaboration on human rights and justice particularly against the backdrop of Brexit. Sir Geoffrey is Emeritus Professor of Law at Gresham College, London.
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Old Parsonage Dinner
Dinner will be held at the Old Parsonage at 6pm with Sir Geoffrey. Tickets will be priced according to individual order, with a £2 contribution added for the drinks reception immediately prior to the talk. (Please note: members will be given priority for the dinner)
Guest (includes drinks)
For non-members of the Society. Includes access to the drinks reception at 7.15pm.
Society members only. Includes access to the drinks reception at 7.15pm.