Challenges of the Saddam Trial
The panel called “Order in the Courtroom: The Challenges of Trying a Tyrant” was moderated by Professor William Schabas, Irish… read more
The panel called “Order in the Courtroom: The Challenges of Trying a Tyrant” was moderated by Professor William Schabas, Irish Centre for Human Rights.
Panelists were: Galway Nehal Bhuta, International Trial Observer for Human Rights Watch; Mark Ellis, International Bar Association; and Marieke Wierda, Senior Associate, International Center for Transitional Justice.
The Frederick K. Cox International Law Center War Crimes Research Symposium “Lessons from the Saddam Trial” was co-sponsored by the International Bar Association and the Irish Centre for Human Rights and is a Centennial Regional Meeting of the American Society of International Law, a Regional Conference of the International Law Association (American Branch) and the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Penal Law (American National Section). close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Bhuta, Nehal International Trial Observer Human Rights Watch
- Ellis, Mark Executive Director American Bar Association->Central and East European Law Institute
- Schabas, William Professor Irish Centre for Human Rights
- Wierda, Marieke Senior Associate International Center for Transitional Justice
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