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Stéphane J. Hankins is a graduate from the Law Faculty of the University of Paris I (Panthéon Sorbonne) and from the Central European University in Prague. He has been working for the International Committee of the Red Cross since 1994 as regional legal adviser based successively in Moscow, Budapest, Bangkok and Kuala-Lumpur. He is currently working with the ICRC Advisory Service on international humanitarian law at ICRC Headquarters in Geneva.
Claus Kreß (Dr. jur. Cologne; LL.M. Cantab.) is Professor for Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, International Criminal Law and Public International Law. He is Director of the Institute for Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure at Cologne University where he holds the Chair for Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, European Criminal Law and International Criminal Law. His writings cover most areas of international criminal law and procedure. His prior practice was in the German Federal Ministry of Justice on matters of criminal law and international law. Since 1998 he represents Germany in the negotiations regarding the International Criminal Court. He was member of the Expert Group on the German Code of Crimes under International Law (2000/2001). He acted as War Crimes Expert for the Prosecutor General for East Timor (2001) and as Head of the ICC’s Drafting Committee for the Regulations of the Court (2004). 
Joseph Rikhof (BCL, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands; LL.B, McGill University; Diploma in Air and Space Law, McGill University) teaches the course International Criminal Law at the University of Ottawa. He is Senior Counsel, Manager of the Law with the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Section of the Department of Justice, Canada. He has also served as Special Counsel and Policy Advisor to the Modern War Crimes Section of the Department of Citizenship & Immigration between 1998 and 2002. His area of expertise lies in the area of the law related to organized crime, terrorism, genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, especially in the context of immigration and refugee law. He has written a number of articles exploring these areas of international criminal law and immigration/refugee law and has lectured on the same topics in Canada, the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

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