We are delighted to announce that Toby Cadman, co-founder and co-director of Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers, has been ranked in Chambers and Partners (UK Bar) 2018 for International Criminal Law.
He has been described as an “experienced practitioner who is highly regarded for his experience advising on complex cases“. Specialising in International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice, Toby Cadman has represented “numerous individuals charged with war crimes and is often entrusted to lead inquiries into mass genocide and acts of terrorism”.
Cadman’s profile highlights his “strong reputation” and the fact that he has “really carved out his niche“, which promises a decades-long career in the area of international criminal justice.
We would like to publicly applaud Toby for this deserved recognition of his arduous and committed work to defend the rights of victims and achieve accountability in different regions of the World. Congratulations!
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