The School of Humanities & Languages at UNSW Sydney is organizing its Linguistics Translation & Interpreting Seminar 2022 on 19 April, on the subject of “Interpreting in War Crimes Trials – the Experience of International Courts and Tribunals“.
In this seminar Dr Alex Tomić, a former interpreter at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and later Chief of Language Services at the International Criminal Court (ICC) discusses the interpreting practices of war crimes international courts and tribunals where multilingual proceedings are conducted with simultaneous interpretation. Continue reading
Following on from yesterday’s post which includes lists of Supreme Courts and international courts, the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge offers a list of websites on which international courts, tribunals and organisations post decisions and reports.
The French Court of Cassation makes available on its website links to Supreme Courts all over the world.
iCourts, the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre of Excellence for International Courts, is a new research centre dedicated to the study of international courts, their role in a globalising legal order and their impact on politics and society.