Conference on Fact-Finding in International Law by Nancy Combs tonight in The Hague

Sorry about the late posting, this completely slipped my mind. There’s another conference at the T.M. C. Asser Institute tonight in The Hague, with Professor Nancy Combs.

Here is the summary, from the T.M.C. Asser Institute’s website:

Title: ‘Factfinding in International Criminal Law
Speaker: Nancy Combs
Time: 19.30
Location: T.M.C. Asser Instituut

Registration not needed, seats available on a first come first serve basis

“The presentation will explore the issues raised in Combs’s new book “Fact-finding Without Facts:  The Uncertain Evidentiary Foundations of International Criminal Convictions.”  In particular, Combs will detail the testimonial deficiencies that impede fact-finding at many international tribunals and will consider ways in which those fact-finding impediments can be ameliorated.”

The Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, the T.M.C. Asser Institute and the Coalition for the International Criminal Court invite you to the Supranational Criminal Law Lecture Series.

The Supranational Criminal Law Lecture Series (SCL Lecture Series), aim to contribute to information-sharing and public discourse on contemporary legal issues, while benefiting from the input of distinguished practitioners and experts in the field. The lecture series are particulary interesting for all professionals working with, or interested, in international legal activities in The Hague. These include lawyers, journalists, diplomats, NGO representatives, LL.M-students, and academics. However, everyone who is interested is welcome to attend.

And for those who have doubts, let me remind you that the Conference is free!

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