Jeanne Sulzer

Head of International Justice Commission, Amnesty International France
Jeanne Sulzer is a lawyer at the Paris bar. Specialist in issues of international criminal justice, human rights and the fight against terrorism, she has worked for more than 20 years alongside victims of international crimes by advising, assisting or representing them in their quest for truth and justice before the courts in national, regional and international jurisdictions including the International Criminal Court. She is the head of the International Justice Commission at Amnesty International France. She worked in the office of the International Co-Investigating Judge for the Extraordinary Chambers of the Cambodian Courts (CETC) in Phnom Penh. She has also worked in human rights organizations (FIDH, Amnesty International France). Recently, she has used her expertise  to support the efforts of the United Nations in favour of the development of a normative legal framework on the rights of victims of terrorism.
Speaking at Inspiring the Next Generation: Collaboration Between Law Schools and NGOs, Tuesday, October 18