ICL Database & Commentary
Important notice, November 15th, 2013
This commentary has been integrated in the Case Matrix Network. The commentary has also changed name to Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court (CLICC). The commentary at the CLICC website has more updated case law, longer and more in-depth comments on the Rome Statute. The website you are visiting now will be removed, please change any bookmarks or links to the current website, please bookmark and link to the CLICC website instead. I will remain as the Editor of the CLICC and now also with the institutional support of the Case Matric Network to the benefit of the commentary.
Mark Klamberg, Chief Editor CLICC
End of notice
Welcome to the International Criminal Law Database & Commentary. At this website you may find case law from the International Criminal Court (ICC) and a commentary to the Rome Statute. The ICL Database & Commentary aims to provide scholars, as well as practitioners, a starting point for legal research in the field of International Criminal Law.
Read more on how to use the ICL Database & Commentary.
The legal tool enables you to find jurisprudence, doctrine and comments in three different ways.
The case law and commentary is sorted under the relevant legal text and provision
Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
Rules of Procedure and Evidence
Regulations of the Court
Elements of Crime
The case law is sorted according to trial stage and date
Democratic Republic of Congo
Katanga and Chui
Kony et al.
Central African Republic
Harun and Kushayb
Banda and Jerbo
Ruto, Kiprono and Sang
Muthaura, Kenyatta and Ali
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Gaddafi et al.
The legal texts, the commentary and the case law are searchable
You will also find that the references between the legal texts are linked.