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The Duke Chapter of the ICCSN

The Executive Board of the Duke Chapter of the ICCSN
President: Drew Kostic
Vice President: Kris Leefers
Secretary: Emily Randall
VP of Communications: Karen Riewe
VP of Events: Hannah Woolf
JVPs of Events: Saleena Siraj, Stephanie Richards
VP of Campaigns: Justin Bart
JVPs of Campaigns: Lauren Ross, Meeghan Krupa
VP of External Relations: Ashley Watkins
JVP of External Relations: Matt Rogier
VP of Publications: Christopher Ford
JVP of Publications: Tatiana Sainati
VP of Finance: Morgan Lucas
JVP of Finance: Ana Denmark

INCOMING EBOARD MEMBERS
President - Stephanie Richards
VP - Matt Rogier
Secretary - Emily Randall
Finance Chair - Lauren Ross
Publications Chair - Tatiana Sainati
Campaigns Chair - Meaghan Krupa
Communications Chair - Alexis Mann





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VIEW ALL PHOTOS FROM DUKE'S 'ROAD FROM KAMPALA' CONFERENCE HERE

VISIT THE WEBSITE FOR THE CONFERENCE HERE

WATCH THE ENTIRE CONFERENCE VIA WEB ARCHIVE AT THE LINKS BELOW (In 5 parts)

ICCSN Presents the Road From Kampala: An Analysis of the First ICC Review Conference - part 1 November 13, 2010 - From May 31 - June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction. Join the International Criminal Court Student Network (ICCSN) in analyzing the success of this conference with some of the top experts in international criminal law.

ICCSN Presents the Road From Kampala: An Analysis of the First ICC Review Conference - part 2 November 13, 2010 - November 13, 2010 - From May 31 - June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction. Join the International Criminal Court Student Network (ICCSN) in analyzing the success of this conference with some of the top experts in international criminal law.

ICCSN Presents the Road From Kampala: An Analysis of the First ICC Review Conference - part 3 November 13, 2010 - November 13, 2010 - From May 31 - June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction. Join the International Criminal Court Student Network (ICCSN) in analyzing the success of this conference with some of the top experts in international criminal law.

ICCSN Presents the Road From Kampala: An Analysis of the First ICC Review Conference - part 4 November 13, 2010 - November 13, 2010 - From May 31 - June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction. Join the International Criminal Court Student Network (ICCSN) in analyzing the success of this conference with some of the top experts in international criminal law.

ICCSN Presents the Road From Kampala: An Analysis of the First ICC Review Conference - part 5 November 13, 2010 - November 13, 2010 - From May 31 - June 11, 2010 state parties to the International Criminal Court gathered to consider amendments to its foundational document, the Rome Statute, and to take stock of its implementation and impact. Among other achievements, this conference finalized a definition of the Crime of Aggression, the final crime over which the ICC has jurisdiction. Join the International Criminal Court Student Network (ICCSN) in analyzing the success of this conference with some of the top experts in international criminal law.