Prestigious Regional Round of International Criminal Court Moot Competition will select teams to compete in finals at The Hague in April
“An end to impunity”
WHITE PLAINS, NY, January 26, 2011 – International lawyers recently defined international aggression as a crime, making it a crime to start a war.
From Friday, January 28 through Sunday, January 30, fifteen teams of ambitious law students from the U.S. and Canada will wrestle with pathbreaking questions of how that crime might be enforced.
The occasion is the English language round (technically, the “Americas and the Caribbean” round) of the annual International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot court competition, which for the 8th time is being hosted at Pace Law School in White Plains, NY.