Office of the Spokesperson
November 14, 2013
This two-day seminar will examine the critical issues and complexities that judges have to address when handling national security, counterterrorism, and associated complex criminal cases. This workshop will allow the participants from different regions and legal systems to share experiences, challenges, good practices, and lessons learned in handling these cases. More than 25 judges and magistrates from around the world – including from Algeria, Bangladesh, Canada, China, France, Indonesia, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Morocco, The Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United States – are expected to attend.