Selected Conferences

The Tension Between Law and Politics: Can the ICC Navigate a Multipolar World? American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, Panel (Washington, DC, April 2013).

The ICC’s Gravity Jurisprudent at Ten, Conference on the International Criminal Court at Ten, Washington University School of Law (St. Louis, MO, November 2012).

Sentencing Theory and Practice, Conference on Law and Practice of ICC: Achievement, Impact and Challenges, Grotius Center for International Legal Studies (The Hague, Netherlands, September 2012).

Is The ICC’s Admissibility Jurisprudence Bad for Africa?  International Criminal Law Roundtable, International Law Institute, African Center for Legal Excellence (Nairobi, Kenya, June 2012).

The Sentencing Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Conference Assessing the Contributions and Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to Africa and International Criminal Justice, University of Pittsburgh Law School (Pittsburgh, PA, April 2012).

Initiation of Investigations and Selection of Cases, International Expert Framework Group on International Criminal Procedure (The Hague, Netherlands, October 2011).

Giving Priority To Sex Crime Prosecutions at International Courts: The Philosophical Foundations of a Feminist Agenda, Keynote Address, Conference on Thematic Investigation and Prosecution of International Sex Crimes (Cape Town, South Africa, March 2011).

Fact-Finding Without Facts, Book Discussion Panel, American Society of International Law Annual Meeting (Washington DC, March 2011).

What Crimes and Defendants Should The International Criminal Court Prosecute?  Toward An Expressive Theory of Selection Decisions, Junior International Law Scholars Association Conference (New Haven, CT, February 2011).

Giving Priority to Sex Crime Prosecutions at International Courts: The Philosophical Foundations of a Feminist Agenda, Women and International Criminal Law Roundtable (Washington DC, October 2010).

International Criminal Court Review Conference: Milestone or Missed Opportunity?, Panel Organizer and Moderator, Temple University Beasley School of Law (Philadelphia, PA, September 2010).

Initiation of Investigations and Selection of Cases, Meeting of International Expert Framework Group on International Criminal Procedure (The Hague, Netherlands, July 2010).



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