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International Tribunals

How to locate information about international criminal courts, from Nuremberg to the ICC

Introduction

Hybrid courts are defined as courts of mixed composition and jurisdiction, encompassing both national and international aspects, usually operating within the jurisdiction where the crimes occurred.

(Source: Rule-of-law tools for post-conflicts states: maximizing the legacy of hybrid courts, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 2008)

Special Panels of the District Courts of Dili (2000-2006)

The Special Court for Sierra Leone (2002-2013)

Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon