External PhD candidate
Title research: Contours, Operation and Impact of a Jus Post Bellum.
Jennifer Easterday is a Researcher for the ‘Jus Post Bellum’ project. She previously worked for International Criminal Law Services, an NGO based in The Hague, on a variety of international criminal law projects including drafting training materials tailored to the Balkans region as part of any OSCE/ODIHR – ICTY legacy project, funded by the EC. She also worked on various international criminal law capacity building projects in Uganda and Rwanda, and other projects related to international criminal justice. She has also worked as a Senior Research and Trial Monitor for the UC Berkeley War Crimes Studies Center (WCSC), researching and monitoring the Special Court for Sierra Leone trial of Charles Taylor and developing projects related to trial monitoring at other international and hybrid tribunals. She has experience at the ICTY and with other international criminal law and human rights NGOs in the United States and Latin America, including serving as a consultant for the Open Society Justice Initiative. She received her JD from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and is a member of the California State Bar.
- Monitoring trial of Katanga/Ngvdjolo at the ICC