The United States and the International Criminal Court: State of Play and Future Implications
Please join the ABA’s International Criminal Court Project and Criminal Justice Section for a conversation with international criminal law experts exploring the U.S. relationship with the ICC, potential complications to that relationship (including the Court’s preliminary examination in Afghanistan), and the ways in which the Court’s recent work has confronted, adapted to, and responded to pressing global challenges.
Thursday, November 15th, 9:30–11:00 am
Georgetown University Law Center, McDonough Hall, Room 164
600 New Jersey Ave. NW, Washington D.C.
Free and open to the public. Registration encouraged as space is limited (email Kristin Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org to register).
Invitation (PDF): United States and the ICC (11-15-18).pdf
Prof. Jane E. Stromseth, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center and Former Deputy to the Ambassador-at-Large for Global Criminal Justice, U.S. Department of State
Prof. Alex Whiting, Professor of Practice, Harvard Law School and Former Investigations Coordinator and Prosecution Coordinator, Office of the Prosecutor, ICC
Col. William K. Lietzau, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Rule of Law and Detainee Policy
Christopher (“Kip”) Hale, Atrocity Crimes Attorney and Term Member, Council on Foreign Relations
Michael S. Greco, Chair, ABA’s ICC Project Board of Advisors and Past President of the American Bar Association (2005-2006)