The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the Future of International Law
The ICTY is winding down this year, with the resolution of Ratko Mladic’s trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity. William Fenrick, former military lawyer and legal adviser in the ICTY Prosecutor’s office, reflects on the ICTY’s origins, its effectiveness, and its legacy with respect to international humanitarian and criminal law.
Moderators: Rob Currie, Phillip Saunders (professors, Schulich School of Law)
Lectures, Seminars, Other Events
Weldon Law Building, Room 104, Dalhousie University
Light refreshments available
Co-hosted by The Centre for the Study of Security and Development (CSSD), Schulich School of Law (Hugh Kindred Fund), John E. Read International Law Society (JERILS), and Canadian International CouncilThe International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the Future of International Law