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The Cardozo International & Comparative Law Review hosted a virtual symposium on intersectionality and how international criminal law can account for structural drivers of violence. Through critically questioning discriminatory systems and applications of the law, this symposium analyzes how the Rome Statute governs international criminal law, as exemplified by the International Criminal Court's rulings on enslavement.

This symposium features Alexandra Lily Kather, International Criminal Lawyer and Co-Founder of Emergent Justice Collective; Nick Leddy, Head of Litigation at Legal Action Worldwide; Priya Gopalan, International Criminal Lawyer and Member of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention; moderated by Ramya Kudekallu, Telford Taylor Human Rights Teaching Fellow of Clinical Law, and Chairperson of the New York City Bar International Human Rights Committee.

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Comparative and Foreign Law | International Law | Law

Intersectionality in International Criminal Law Symposium