The topic of her research is shared responsibility under international law for the protection of persons who appear before international criminal tribunals.
Emma has a BA in Law from the University of Cambridge and an LL.M. in public international law from Leiden University. She previously worked as an intern at the ICC and as a legal researcher at the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (Montreal).
Blogposts by Emma Irving
- The Shared Search for Missing Flight MH370
- The Legal Limbo Continues: Update on the Detained Witnesses at the ICC
- The Surrender of Ntaganda to the ICC: A Story of Shared Responsibility Success
- Update - The Dutch Courts and Asylum at the ICC: From Shared Obligations to Obligations of No One
- From Shared Obligations to Individual Obligations: The Hague District Court and Asylum at the ICC
Publications by Emma Irving
- Protecting Witnesses at the International Criminal Court from Refoulement
- The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and its Host State: Impact on Human Rights