Defence counsel are ethically bound to zealously represent their clients. So what exactly does it mean to ‘zealously represent’ a client before any of the international criminal courts or tribunals? How unproblematic is it for defence counsel to meet their ethical duties? Would an International Criminal Court (icc) Bar or professional association for icc List Counsel and their assistants be of any significance to that end? This contribution concludes that the only way forward out of the prevailing and persistent morass List Counsel currently find themselves in at the icc, is through the establishment of a Bar Association for List Counsel and their assistants.
Victims’ Participation in icc Proceedings: Challenges Ahead 995 Luc Walleyn Disclosure of Evidence in the Law and Practice of the icc 1018 Xavier-Jean Keïta Defence Counsel Ethics, the icc Code of Conduct and Establishing a Bar Association for icc List Counsel