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2017 Baker Lecture - Spring

International Criminal Justice and Notions of Equality and Liberty: Susan Lamb

Susan Lamb

Susan Lamb

Susan Lamb is an international criminal and humanitarian law practitioner with approximately 17 years of experience with a variety of United Nations International Criminal Tribunals, including the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (1997-2005), the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (2005-2008), and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (2009-2013). For the past two years, she has worked on accountability efforts in relation to atrocity crimes committed in the course of the Syrian crisis. Before commencing her United Nations career, she undertook doctoral studies in public international law at Balliol College, Oxford University, as a Rhodes Scholar. She is admitted to legal practice in New Zealand, her country of origin.

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