Nina Tavakoli has been invited as a Speaker today (31st May) to discuss opportunities for Criminal Law Practitioners at the International Bar focusing on careers in international criminal tribunals.
The event which will take place from 6pm at Doughty Street Chambers is hosted by the CBA and will consist of an evening’s networking with CBA members focused on exploring the opportunities available in International Law and different pathways that work well alongside a criminal law practice.
Topics for discussion include:
- What can criminal lawyers from the UK Bar offer to the rest of the world?
- What can practice outside the UK offer to UK criminal lawyers?
- Contributions from individuals who have experienced both during their careers of varying spans.
- Practical areas of law where criminal lawyers can participate and add value to international and trans-national justice.
Speakers include: Kirsty Brimelow KC (Chair) Peter Carter KC (Chair of the CBA International Committee) Misa Zgonec-Rozej (Doughty St Chambers) Paul Garlic KC (Furnival Chambers) alongside others.
To attend event please see: [Criminal Bar Events]
Nina Tavakoli has a diverse practice that spans International Criminal Law and Inquiries both in the UK and internationally. She is ranked as a leading international criminal lawyer in UK legal directories Chambers UK and Legal 500, and is co-chair of Chambers’ International practice group. She has extensive experience of genocide and war crimes prosecutions and is currently instructed as part of the defence team representing Hashim Thaçi, former president of Kosovo, before the Kosovo Specialist Chambers in The Hague. She has previously acted in ground-breaking cases before the International Criminal Court (Rohingya jurisdiction), the Special Court for Sierra Leone (Charles Taylor), and numerous cases before the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Read more: [Nina Tavakoli Profile ]
Red Lion Chambers has expertise in all areas of international criminal law. Our members have both prosecuted and defended in ground-breaking cases before international courts involving allegations of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and terrorism: [International ]