ICC Prosecutor Names Diane Amann, Leila Sadat, and Patricia Sellers to Advisory Positions

by Peggy McGuinness

ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has announced the appointment of three distinguished experts in international criminal law to serve as special advisers to the OTP.  Diane Amann of the Univ. of Georgia Law School has been named Special Adviser on Children in and affected by Armed Conflict. Leila Sadat of Washington University Law School will serve as Special Adviser on Crimes against Humanity. Patricia Viseur Sellers, who is currently at Oxford University, has been named Special Adviser on International Criminal Law Prosecution Strategies. Jaya Ramji-Nogales has the full details over at IntLawGrrls here and here. All three bring a wealth of experience to their new posts, both as practitioners and as scholars of international criminal law, and we look forward to hearing more about their work with the Prosecutor in the coming months. Congratulations to all!


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  1. Way to go to all of them!

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