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Call for Applications: Funded Internship at the ICJ

12/01/2016 – 7:05 pm | Comments Off on Call for Applications: Funded Internship at the ICJ

The Oxford University Law School is offering the opportunity to Oxford students to aqcuire professional experience by working at the leading international tribunal in the world.
The traineeship program will last for nearly a year, from 1 September 2016 – 30 June 2017 and the deadline for applications is January 28 2016.
Read the full press release:
Call for Applications – Deadline 28 January 2016
Funded Internship at the International Court of Justice 2016-2017
The …

The ICTY Residual Mechanism

16/01/2012 – 5:14 pm | Comments Off on The ICTY Residual Mechanism

In December 2011 the ICTY Registry launched a dedicated web feature (within the ICTY website) to provide a better understanding of the role and functions of the future Residual Mechanism of the Tribunal. The Residual Mechanism of the ICTY is meant to continue the important work which needs to be carried out once the Tribunal completes its mandate. This ad hoc body established by Security Council …

Kosovo declares independence

18/02/2008 – 12:35 pm | One Comment

The Kosovo parliament declared on 17 February 2008 Kosovo’s independence. This post attempts to dissect Kosovo’s declaration from international law point of view.
United Nations Security Council established the current status of Kosovo on 10 June 1999 and placed it under the temporary administration of the United Nations Mission in Kosovo, under the leadership of a Special Representative of the Secretary General (U.N. Security Council Resolution …