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© JURIST / James Joseph

James Joseph is a UK staff correspondent for JURIST. He files this report from The Hague. Following on from JURIST’s breaking news from Friday last about the legal defence staff of the International Criminal Court launching a historic strike over labour rights and pay disparity, I offer this personal account from the literal front line [...]

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James Ekin is a UK staff correspondent for JURIST. He files this report from The Hague. On 5 December 2022, the 21st session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is opening at the World Forum Convention Center in The Hague, the Netherlands. The session [...]

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© JURIST / Ciara Dinneny

Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states. Ciara Dinneny is a trainee with the Law Society of Ireland. She files this dispatch from Dublin.  Two defence teams at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague filed a motion [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states. Ciara Dinneny is a trainee with the Law Society of Ireland. She files this dispatch from Dublin. The Irish Government approved legislation last month that will provide for a payment scheme and [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states.  Panagiotis Lampropoulos is a recent graduate of the University of Bristol Law School (UK). He is currently doing a year of required military service in Greece.  On September 17, 2013, Pavlos Fyssas, [...]

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Law students and young lawyers in Iran are reporting for JURIST on protests and related developments in Iran since the death in custody of Mahsa Amini. Here, filing separately, two of our correspondents in Tehran offer context and perspective on a new government regulation giving Iran’s judiciary the power to dismiss members of the country’s [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the EU and its member states. Here Luisa Gambs, a German law student at the University of Augsburg, reports on the implications of a rightward shift in recent national elections in Italy and several other countries for the policies [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states. Ciara Dinneny is a trainee with the Law Society of Ireland. She files this dispatch from Dublin. Judge Siofra O’Leary, the Irish judge at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), has [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states. Here Luisa Gambs, a German law student at the University of Augsburg, reports on European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s recent State of the Union address to the European Parliament.  This [...]

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