International Criminal Defence Attorneys Association (ICDAA)
Association internationale des avocats de la défense (AIAD)
1997-05-01 Montréal QC Canada
1 May 1997, Montréal (Canada). Acted as a precursor to F-XJ3678 - International Criminal Bar (ICB), set up 2002.
Ensure a fair trial for persons accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity who are to be tried before international tribunals; organize a full, thorough and structured defence so as to bolster legitimacy of the judicial process established by the international community to prosecute such crimes; unite in a professional association the defence attorneys responsible for preparing and pleading of cases to be tried by international tribunals, in particular at the International Criminal Court (ICC); organize training and continuing education of attorneys pleading at such tribunals so as to develop their knowledge of criminal law; help establish uniform ethical standards and strive to guarantee the highest professional standards of members; share experience and knowledge derived from the adversarial system of justice with the international community; encourage communication among lawyers specializing in criminal law; assist in development of international criminal law and of international institutions such as the ICC.
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Board comprising President and 9 members; Advisory Board of 5 members. Head Office in Montréal (Canada).
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