Conference ‘Extra-Territoriality and Extradition’
September 8, 2022
September 2022 saw the return of the ELA’s annual conference exploring the topic of extra-territoriality and extradition.
Following an introductory welcome by ELA Vice-Chair James Hines KC, speakers explored the topic from a range of perspectives.
Sir Howard Morrison OBE CBE KCMG QC, Independent Adviser to the Ukrainian Prosecutor General, spoke about the progress with the investigation and prosecution of war crimes committed in Ukraine.
Rosemary Davidson, Barrister at 6KBW and Anne-Marie Kundert, Crown Prosecution Service considered forum bar developments and trends. Rosemary’s presentation is available here and Anne-Marie’s presentation is available here.
You can access a recording of the conference on our Webinars page.
Conference ‘Extradition in International Law: Challenges and Solutions’
November 4, 2021
On 4 November 2021, the ELA hosted its 2021 conference on the theme of ‘Extradition in International Law: Challenges and Solutions.’
Following an introductory welcome by the ELA’s Honorary President, Lord Lloyd-Jones, ELA Vice-Chair James Hines QC hosted an illustrious panel of guest speakers who addressed the following topics:
HHJ Joanna Korner CMG QC, current Judge of the International Criminal Court, on the rule 11bis procedure at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Judge Korner’s presentation is available here.
Sir Howard Morrison OBE CBE KCMG QC, former Judge of the International Criminal Court and Associate Tenant at Doughty Street Chambers, on co-operation issues in surrender to the International Criminal Court.
Rachel Barnes, barrister at Three Raymond Buildings, on State immunity from extradition.
The Trade and Co-operation Agreement: Four Months On
April 28, 2021
This webinar, chaired by Rosemary Davidson of 6KBW, focused on the changes brought about by the entry into force of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement and its impact on extradition proceedings. Rosemary Davidson was joined by panellists Helen Malcolm QC of Three Raymond Buildings, Tom Hickman QC of Blackstone Chambers, and Nick Vamos of Peters and Peters.