Human Rights Law Centre

The Road to Accountability

B55 Law and Social Science Building
Monday 25th March 2019 (11:00-13:00)

As part of the International Criminal Law module taught by Professor Bekou, Head of our ICJ Unit, Carl Buckley, from Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers, will be visiting Nottingham on Monday 25 March. He will deliver a master class on The Road to Accountability from 11am-1pm in room B55 LASS and will also share some insights into careers in international criminal law. All welcome.

Carl Buckley is a Barrister with an established international practice. As a former solicitor, he spent the first 10 years of his career specialising in domestic crime, representing individuals across the full spectrum of offences, from driving matters, to murder and terrorism. Carl also successfully developed and headed one of the largest prison law departments in the country, specialising in life sentence/IPP prisoners, and associated Human Rights claims, including the rights of citizens detained abroad.

Having transferred to the Bar, Carl is now instructed by individuals, NGOs, and foreign Governments, advising on issues such as Judicial Reform, international crime investigations, international human rights, claims to the UN system of protection, and the submission of complaints in various jurisdictions under the principles of Universal Jurisdiction.

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