New postdoctoral fellow at iCourts - Nabil M Orina
Nabil is joining iCourts’ JustSites Project where he will be investigating how justice narratives are shaped in conflict/post conflict societies before and after the intervention of an international criminal court.
Nabil holds an LLB Degree from Moi University, Kenya (2007) and an LLM degree in International Crime and Justice from the University of Turin (2010). He is a practicing Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and has appeared before the International Criminal Court.
Nabil recently obtained a PhD degree from City University of Hong Kong. His thesis was on the impact of the International Criminal Court on addressing atrocity crimes in conflict/post-conflict societies. The focus of the research was on both formal and informal justice processes in Kenya and Uganda, two sites of the ICC’s intervention. Nabil’s other research interests include: transitional justice, international humanitarian law, human rights, law and development, and terrorism.