La Trobe Law School Lecturer Maria Elander mentioned in Phnom Penh Post

On 28 March 2017, La Trobe Law School Lecturer Dr Maria Elander was mentioned in a Phnom Penh Post news article titled ‘KRT ‘evolved’ on gendered crime‘. In the article, Dr Maria Elander commented on how the Extraordinary Chambers in… Continue Reading

Nicole Shackleton on her internship with the ECCC: “I developed skills that I did not have before.”

By Nicole Shackleton On 4 December 2016, I returned from a three-month internship with the Nuon Chea Defence Team at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (‘ECCC’). My internship was one of the most rewarding and valuable experiences… Continue Reading

Nicole Shackleton on her internship at the ECCC: “I have gained invaluable knowledge.”

By Nicole Shackleton As a student, I wrote my Law Honours Thesis on the topic of individual criminal responsibility in International Criminal Law; a topic that has interested me since I competed in the International Criminal Court Trial Competition in… Continue Reading

Shining a light on hidden places

By Nicole Shackleton Professor Patrick Keyzer, Dr Emma Henderson, Stephanie Falconer, Patrick McGee and I are very excited that our work on the United Nations Communication for Mr M. has come to the public’s attention. The Communication was a team… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law Student Spends 6 Months with United Nations War Crimes Tribunal

By Jagpreet Sandhu This time last year I was preparing my application for an internship that I had heard about. It involved spending about 6 months in Cambodia, working for the United Nations. The background for this is quite interesting.… Continue Reading

LLS Staff Seminar #7: The Figure of the Victim in International Criminal Justice, the case of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

In the seventh staff seminar, Dr Maria Elander will present a paper titled ‘The Figure of the Victim in International Criminal Justice, the case of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia’. Abstract In international criminal justice, victims appear… Continue Reading

LLB Student De Sheng Lim on How Mooting at La Trobe Opened Doors for an ECCC Internship in Cambodia

By De Sheng Lim Recently I was asked to write about my internship and subsequent consultancy at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia ‘ECCC’. In brief, the experience was incredible both professionally and personally. First I should give… Continue Reading