Emilie Pottle is an extradition, international crime and human rights specialist. In extradition she has acted in several of the leading cases concerning forum, EAW validity and fair trial issues, including the extradition of 5 alleged genocidaires to Rwanda. She regularly appears in the Divisional Court representing both Requested Persons and Issuing Judicial Authorities. Her public law practice encompasses judicial review proceedings arising from immigration appeals and extradition proceedings. In international work Emilie was part of the team defending Saif Gaddafi before the International Criminal Court. She has acted in cases before the ICTY and ICTR and advises NGOs and governments on matters of international criminal law. Emilie also undertakes domestic criminal work, with a focus on high profile and sensitive cases.
Emilie Pottle considers the latest development in Rwanda's attempts to extradite five men accused of genocide, and whether the refusal to extradite gives rise to an obligation on ...On October 10, 2017 / By Emilie Pottle
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