International Justice Day: What does the ICC mean to you? How are you advancing international justice

July 17, International Justice Day, commemorates the creation of the International Criminal Court (ICC), a milestone in the history of international justice. In signing the Rome Statute on July 17, 1998, members of the international community came together in the fight against impunity. The IJP supports this fight through its mission and its work with […]

Raymond M. Brown Talks With Former SCSL Prosecutor David Crane

Earlier this year, IJP Co-Founder, Raymond M. Brown, sat down to speak with former Prosecutor of the Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL), David Crane, at the ICC Review Conference in Kampala, Uganda. Raymond Brown and Wanda Akin Brown were co-counsel in the case involving Morris Kallon, a former Sierra Leonean rebel military commander in […]

Tribute to A. Whitney Ellsworth, Friend of the IJP

By IJP Co-Founder, Raymond M. Brown Whitney Ellsworth was a friend and I shall miss him. When I joined the Board of Human Rights First (HRF) in the 90′s, he was quick to embrace me and “school” me on the challenges facing human rights organizations. Over the years when HRF tackled seemingly intractable problems, his […]

The IJP 2011 Summer Interns Are Here!

The International Justice Project seeks undergraduate, graduate and law students for professional internships, and we have found some great ones for this summer. Go to our 2011 Summer Interns page to meet our current interns. Click here if you are interested in applying for a Fall 2011 IJP internship.