Justice Hassan Jallow, Chief Prosecutor for the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda at UCLA


The UCLA School of Law International Human Rights Program presents a special lecture by Justice Hassan Jallow, Chief Prosecutor, UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.


Thursday, April 16, 2009
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Room 1447
School of Law Bldg.
UCLA campus
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Justice Hassan Bubacar Jallow enjoyed a remarkable legal career even before his appointment as Chief Prosecutor of the ICTR in 2003.  Among his many accomplishments, Justice Jallow served as Gambia’s Attorney-General and Minister of Justice from 1984 to 1994 and subsequently as a Judge on the Gambia’s Supreme Court from 1998 - 2002.   He also has served as a legal expert for the Organisation of African Unity and worked on the drafting and conclusion of the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights, adopted in 1981.  Justice Jallow also served as a Judge of the Appeals Chamber of the Special Court for Sierra Leone.

---

 

Lunch will be served; RSVP requested to humanrights@law.ucla.edu.

 

For campus map, directions, transportation options to UCLA, visit www.ucla.edu/map.

 

Special Instructions

Lunch will be served; RSVP requested to humanrights@law.ucla.edu.


Cost : Free and Open to the Public; Pay-by-space and all-day ($9) parking available in lots 2 and 3.

For more information please contact:

UCLA School of Law International Human Rights Program

humanrights@law.ucla.edu


Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, UCLA School of Law International Human Rights Program, The International Human Rights Law Students Association, the Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, and the Public Interest Law And Policy Program.