Professor Sterio Participates in International Humanitarian Law Roundtable

Professor Milena Sterio participated in the International Humanitarian Law Roundtable in Chautauqua, New York, on August 28-30.  The IHL Roundtable is an annual conference convening academics, experts and practitioners in the field of international criminal law.  Professor Sterio moderated the Katherine B. Fite lecture, with lecturer Brenda Hollis, former Chief Prosecutor at the Cambodia Tribunal and currently the lead investigator at the International Criminal Court for its Ukraine investigation.  In addition, Professor Sterio served as Co-Chair of one of three conference subgroups, on the Use of Mercenaries and Irregular Forces in International Armed Conflict.  

From left to right: Prof. Valerie Oosterveld, Western Law School (Canada); Anna Ogrenchuk, President of the Ukrainian Bar Association; Nazhat Shameem Khan, Deputy Prosecutor, International Criminal Court; Professor Leila Sadat, Washington University School of Law; Professor Milena Sterio; and a trial lawyer from the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court
Professor Milena Sterio with Fatou Bensouda, Former Chief Prosecutor, ICC; and Stephen Rapp, Former U.S. Ambassador for Global Criminal Justice. 
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