LEGAL ASSOCIATES, 2004-Present

 

 

         

 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2013    
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

Kristine Beckerle

Yale Law School

Making Reparations “Effective” in Case 002: Challenges Facing Civil Parties at the ECCC

         
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2011

     
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

Charline Yim

Harvard Law School

The Scope of Victim Participation Before the ICC and the ECCC

Amanda Banik Seattle University School of Law Possibilities for Division of the Case 002 Indictment or Bifurcated Trials 
Anna Mumford Albany Law School  Assessing the Potential Criminal Liability of Journalists for Disclosures of Confidential ECCC Information/Saving Justice When an Accused Dies
Barbara Wolfe Santa Clara University School of Law  The Role of the Pre-Trial Chamber at the ECCC
Kimberly Ang  Michigan School of Law Framing the Right to be Present
Lise Reuss Muff University of Copenhagen The Investigating Judges within the ECCC: Beneficial or a Bureaucratic Burden
Mary Orsini Rutgers School of Law – Newark The Premature Dismissal of Case  003
Sam Yemington  Wyoming College of Law Comparative Efficiency: Framing the ECCC Expenses within the Context of Previous Hybrid Tribunals
Sharita Gruberg Georgetown Law School Admissibility of Extra-Temporal Evidence in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
Tatiana Sainati   Duke  University Law School  Scope of the Co-Investigating Judges Duty to Investigate
Tessa Bialek           Yale Law School  The Duty to Provide Public Information During ECCC Judicial Investigations/ Legacy at the ECCC: Research Overview
Valerie Stranieri  Tulane Law School Equality of Arms and Judicial Independence in the Investigation of Case 002
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2010

   
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

Ryan Park  Harvard Law School Proving Genocidal Intent: International Precedent and ECCC Case 002

Elizabeth Shutkin

Columbia University School of Law

Potential Genocide Convictions Under Extended JCE

Stephanie Wang

Columbia University School of Law

Analysis of the ECCC detention rules

Aimee Haynes

Temple University Beasley School of Law

Limits of pre-trial detention under the Internal Rules

Krista Nelson

Seattle University School of Law

Transparency obligations at the pre-trial stage

Gina Cortese

Santa Clara University School of Law

Investigative Requests

Natalae Anderson

Rutgers School of Law – Newark

The crime of “forced marriage”

James Roberts

University of San Francisco School of Law

Defining the “group” when charging genocide

Jennifer Walker

Michigan School of Law

Ne bis in idem and the 1979 conviction of Ieng Sary

Richard Kilpatrick

Tulane Law School

Judicial notice

Laura Vilim

Georgetown Law School

Prosecuting Khmer Rouge Medical Practices as Crimes against Humanity

Laura Goodwin

Fletcher School, Tufts University

How to structure an informal “truth commission” through the genocide education program

Della Sentilles

Law school, University of Texas

Research for "Trauma in the Courtroom" by J. Ciorciari and A. Heindel in Cambodia's Hidden Scars (DC-Cam 2011)

         
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2009

   
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

Andy Diamond Brooklyn Law School Admissibility of torture confessions as evidence/Public comment on proposed changes to civil party participation
Joanna Geneve            Harvard Law School           Pre-Trial Chamber review of co-prosecutor dispute

Mary Irozuru

Columbia University School of Law

Limits on interlocutory appeals at the ECCC

Kalliopi Lykourgou

Santa Clara University School of Law

Trial time saving measures for case 002

Rehan Abeyratne

Harvard Law School

Nullum crimen sine lege and superior responsibility

Aileen Tsao

Seattle University School of Law

The scope of civil party’s role in “assisting the prosecution” under Rule 23

Toni Holness

Temple University Beasley School of Law

Admissibility of torture confessions as evidence

Alex Lewis

Rutgers School of Law – Newark

The nature and scope of the Supreme Court Chamber’s appellate powers

Charles Jackson

Northwestern University School of Law

International standards regarding mitigation of sentence for remorse

Elizabeth Nielsen

Yale Law School

Legal regime for addressing administrative and judicial corruption allegations

Spencer Cryder

Tulane Law School

Issues surrounding the advanced age of the accused

Adam Coady

Georgetown Law School

Limits on disruptive defense counsel

Savada Prum

Royal University of Law and Economics

Filling ECCC documents

Dany So

Royal University of Law and Economics

Filling ECCC documents

         
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2008

   
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

Annie Gell

Columbia University School of Law

Right of charged persons to have contact with each other

Erin Colleran

Temple University Beasley School of Law

Scope of authority of the Pre-Trial Chamber

Chris Dearing

Seattle University School of Law

Potential judicial bias challenges

Randle DeFalco

Rutgers School of Law – Newark

Joint Criminal Enterprise liability

Marwan Sehwail

Northwestern University School of Law

Joinder of accused

Eric Leveridge

American University, Washington College of Law

Comparative analysis of confidentiality/transparency at international courts

Natalia Nahra

Santa Clara University School of Law

Meaning of “those most responsible”

Cosette Creamer

Harvard Law School

Legal implications of ECCC’s hybrid nature

Sadie Blanchard

Yale Law School

Obligation of ECCC to translate documents

Jared Watkins

Brooklyn Law

Joint Criminal Enterprise liability/ Grave Breaches of the Geneva Conventions

Margarita Clarens            Duke University School of Law   Statute of Limitations for Cambodian National Crimes/Analysis of Duch closing order 
         
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2007

   
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

William Shulte

Rutgers School of Law – Newark

Researched history of the Renakse petitions

Jessica Corsi

Harvard Law School

Role of co-investigation judges

Kelly Heidrich

Temple University Beasley School of Law

Wrote and directed the play, “Searching for the Truth”

Norman Pentalovich

Georgetown Law School

Victim outreach

Rockford Hearn

Santa Clara University School of Law

The need for an institutional safeguard to enforce an express code of judicial conduct

Kate Dominguez

Yale Law School

Commentary on Internal Rules  

KoKo Huang

Seattle University School of Law

Starvation as a crime against humanity

Solomon Bashi

Northwestern

Starvation as a crime against humanity

Natalie Senst

Ottawa University

Currency as a form of memorialization

Kathryn Simon

Harvard Law School

Victim outreach

         
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2006

   
 

Name

Affiliation

Project

Lara Finkbeiner

University of Michigan, USA

Film project

Richard K. Gilbert

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law

Polishing Khmer Rouge communication documents in English and trying to establish chains of command from these files.

Kate Hill

Harvard University, USA

War crimes claims for Vietnamese prisoners in Tuol Sleng

Eleanor Hutchison

University of London, UK

DC-Cam Outreach Program. New ideas on skills transfer relating to the work of domestic and international court proceedings.

Geerteke Jansen

Utrecht University,) The Netherlands

Will work closely with witnesses and threat assessment.

Megha Jonnalagadda

(Rutgers University, USA)

Acts of genocide committed against Buddhist monks, tying those acts to Nuon Chea and others on the Standing Committee.

Tumaini Anthony Minja

University of San Diego, US

Not determined yet

Emma Nolan-Abrahamian

University of Michigan, USA

Film project

Danica Piche

McGill University, Canada

Not determined yet

Joyce Song

(Rutgers University, USA)

Mapping and analyzing DC-Cam documents on cases of sexual violence. Defining rape as a crime against humanity between 1975-1979

Sarah Thomas

Columbia University, USA

Possibilities for victims as partie civile intervening in criminal proceedings before the ECCC

Penelope Van Tuyl

University of California, Berkeley, USA

International jurisprudence relating to various substantive legal questions within the ECCC (e.g., discriminatory intent in crimes against humanity, joint criminal enterprise, perhaps amnesty issues)

Megan Whittaker

(Northwestern University, USA)

International jurisprudence relating to various substantive legal questions within the ECCC (e.g., discriminatory intent in crimes against humanity, joint criminal enterprise, perhaps amnesty issues)

Tracy Wood

Seattle University, USA

Training program for police investigators for the ECCC

Su Yin Tan

Yale University, US

Oral history project

         
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2005

   
 

Karen Yookyung Choi, JD candidate for 2006, University of Toronto, Faculty of Law

   
 

Devon Chaffee, JD candidate for Spring 2006, Georgetown University Law Center

   
 

Janet J. Lee, JD candidate for May 2007, Rutgers-Newark School of Law

   
 

Gabriel M. Kuris, JD candidate for June 2007, Harvard Law School

   
 

Kevin Osborne, JD candidate for 2007, Santa Clara University School of Law

   
         
     

 

 
 

LEGAL ASSOCIATES 2004

   
 

Katrina E. Anderson, Seattle University School of Law

   

Aubrey Ardema, Santa Clara University School of Law

Julia M. Fromholz, University California, Berkeley/Harvard University

 

Stephen Andrew Liang, Harvard Law School

 

Kelly Whitley, JD candidate, University of Virginia

   
 

VOLUNTEER 2003

 

John Ciorciari, Oxford University

   
  VOLUNTEER 2002
 

John Ciorciari, Oxford University

  Zal Karkaria, Concordia University
   
  VOLUNTEER 2001
  John Ciorciari, Harvard Law School
   
  VOLUNTEER 2000
 

John Ciorciari, Harvard Law School

 

Kalyanee Mam, Yale University

   
  VOLUNTEER 1999
 

John Ciorciari, Harvard Law School

 

Raymund Johansen, New York Law School

 

Kalyanee Mam, Yale University

   
  VOLUNTEER 1998
 

Kalyanee Mam, Yale University

   
  VOLUNTEER 1997
  Jaya Ramji, Yale Law School
  Christine Barton, Yale Law School
   
  VOLUNTEER 1996
 

Noah Novogrodsky, Yale Law School

 

Beth Van Schaack, Yale Law School

 

Mihaela Grigore, Yale Law School

 

Clara Starr, Yale Law School

   
 

VOLUNTEER 1995

  Beth Van Schaack, Yale Law School
  Noah Novogrodsky, Yale Law School
 

Tony Keller, Yale Law School

  Curtis Lambrecht, Yale Unversity PhD candidate SE Asian studies
   

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Prosecutor, defense lawyer, and judge in traditional Khmer legal attire, painted by an unknown artist in the late 19th century. Source: Ministry of Justice, Royal Government of Cambodia.