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Employment History

Consultant

International Criminal Court


Senior Researcher

PRIO


Head

Legal Tools


Editor-in-Chief

Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher


Visiting Professor

Georgetown University


Affiliations

European University Institute

Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow


Case Matrix Network

Founder


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Morten Bergsmo
Morten Bergsmo founded and is the Director of the FICHL and the Centre for International Law Research and Policy. He has worked with international criminal law and justice since 1993 and served as an academic in China, Europe and North-America. He is Visiting Professor, Peking University Law School; Senior Fellow, UC Berkeley War Crimes Studies Center; and ICC Consultant (Co-ordinator of the ICC Legal Tools Project). Formerly he was, inter alia, Visiting Professor, Georgetown University (2010-12); Researcher, University of Oslo (2010-12); Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow, European University Institute (Spring 2011); Visiting Fellow, Stanford University (2010-13);Visiting Fellow in the UC Berkeley War Crimes Studies Center (Spring 2010); Senior Researcher, PRIO (2006-2009); Special Adviser to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution of Norway (2007-08); Senior Legal Adviser and Chief of the Legal Advisory Section, ICC Office of the Prosecutor (2002-05); Co-ordinator of the establishment of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor (2002-03); Legal Adviser, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) (1994-2002); and Legal Adviser, UN Commission of Experts for the Former Yugoslavia established pursuant to Security Council resolution 780(1992) (1993-94). He represented the ICTY to the UN negotiation process to establish the ICC (1996-2002). He has more than 60 publications in international law.


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CILRAP » Morten Bergsmo
Morten Bergsmo Morten Bergsmo Morten Bergsmo, a European international lawyer, has served as an academic in China, Europe and North-America. He is currently Director of the Centre for International Law Research and Policy and Visiting Professor at Peking University Law School. He has authored or edited more than 60 academic publications in international law, including 16 books (see the publication list below), and is a frequent lecturer in Europe and abroad. Formerly, Bergsmo served academically as Visiting Professor, Georgetown University (2010-12); Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow, European University Institute (2011 Spring); Visiting Fellow, Stanford University (2010-13); Visiting Scholar, UC Berkeley (2010 Spring); Researcher, University of Oslo (2010-12); and Senior Researcher, PRIO (2006-09). He has consistently been ranked among the top teachers at the universities where he has taught. He has practiced as Special Adviser to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution of Norway (2007-08); Senior Legal Adviser and Chief of the Legal Advisory Section, ICC Office of the Prosecutor (2002-05); Co-ordinator of the establishment of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor (2002-03); Legal Adviser, ICTY (1994-2002); and Legal Adviser, UN Commission of Experts for the Former Yugoslavia established pursuant to Security Council resolution 780 (1992) (1993-94). He represented the ICTY to the UN negotiation process to establish the ICC (1996-2002) and has extensive multilateral and international organizations experience. He has advised peace processes, the European Commission, several governments, and the Nobel Committee. Bergsmo has pioneered the equalisation of access to international law sources, consistently arguing that access should be open to increase professional equality among legal actors around the world and their empowerment. To serve this policy objective, he directs the ICC's Legal Tools Project and founded the capacity development organization CMN, having worked with national criminal justice systems in more than 30 countries. Bergsmo also founded and directs the Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law (FICHL), and is Editor-in-Chief of the Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (TOAEP), the first open-access publisher of its kind in international law. Through his institutional and academic service he has coined and developed several key concepts in the contemporary international criminal law discourse, such as 'positive complementarity', 'impunity gap', 'contextual element', 'objective and subjective elements', 'thematic prosecution', 'old evidence of core international crimes', 'military self-interest in accountability', 'fact-work', 'quality control in fact-finding', and 'quality control in preliminary examination'. Bergsmo has two daughters, descends from an old Norwegian family, and has his base in Florence. He has worked or studied in Beijing, Cambridge, Copenhagen, Florence, Geneva, Haifa, London, New York, Prague, Oslo, Stanford, The Hague and Washington, DC. Some publications of Morten Bergsmo: "Ensuring Accountability for Core International Crimes in Armed Forces: Obligations and Self-Interest", in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), "Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes", Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2015, pp. 1-20 (with SONG Tianying). "A Crimes Against Humanity Convention After the Establishment of the International Criminal Court", in Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors), "On the Proposed Crimes Against Humanity Convention", Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2014, pp. 1-16 (with SONG Tianying). "Non-Criminal Justice Fact-Work in the Age of Accountability", in Morten Bergsmo (editor): Quality Control in Fact-Finding, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Florence, 2013, pp. "Placing Old Evidence and Core International Crimes on the Agenda of the International Discourse on International Criminal Justice for Atrocities", in Morten Bergsmo and CHEAH Wui Ling (editors): Old Evidence and Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Beijing, 2012, pp. 1-8 (with CHEAH Wui Ling). "On State Sovereignty and Individual Criminal Responsibility for Core International Crimes in International Law", in Morten Bergsmo and LING Yan (editors): State Sovereignty and International Criminal Law, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Beijing, 2012, pp. 1-12 (with LING Yan). "Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding and Effective Proving of International Sex Crimes", in Morten Bergsmo, Alf Butenschøn Skre and Elisabeth J. Wood (editors): Understanding and Proving International Sex Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Beijing, 2012, pp. "Towards Rational Thematic Prosecution and the Challenge of International Sex Crimes", in Morten Bergsmo (editor): Thematic Prosecution of International Sex Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Beijing, 2012, pp. 1-10 (with CHEAH Wui Ling). "The In-depth Evidence Analysis Charts at the International Criminal Court", in Morten Bergsmo (editor): Active Complementarity: Legal Information Transfer, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo, 2011, pp. "Complementarity After Kampala: Capacity Building and the ICC Legal Tools", in Goettingen Journal of International Law 2 (2010), 791-811 (with Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones); also published in Morten Bergsmo: Active Complementarity: Legal Information Transfer, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo, 2011, pp. 413-435 (with Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones); also published in Morten Bergsmo: Active Complementarity: Legal Information Transfer, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo, 2011, pp. 715-729 (with Olympia Bekou and Annika Jones); also published in Morten Bergsmo: Active Complementarity: Legal Information Transfer, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo, 2011, pp. "Between Territoriality and Universality: Room for Further Reflection", in Morten Bergsmo (editor): Complementarity and the Exercise of Universal Jurisdiction for Core International Crimes, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo, 2010, 1-6 pp. "The Theme of Selection and Prioritization Criteria and Why it Is Relevant", in Morten Bergsmo (editor): Criteria for Prioritizing and Selecting Core International Crimes Cases, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Oslo, 2010, Second Edition, pp. 7-14.


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Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors):
Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors): Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (editors): Morten Bergsmo (editor): Quality Control in Fact-Finding Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying (editors): Morten Bergsmo and CHEAH Wui Ling (editors): Morten Bergsmo and LING Yan (editors): Morten Bergsmo (editor): Morten Bergsmo, Alf Butenschøn Skre and Elisabeth J. Wood (editors): Morten Bergsmo (editor): Morten Bergsmo (editor): Morten Bergsmo, César Rodriguez-Garavito, Pablo Kalmanovitz and Maria Paula Saffon (editors): Morten Bergsmo, César Rodriguez-Garavito, Pablo Kalmanovitz y Maria Paula Saffon (editores): Morten Bergsmo and Pablo Kalmanovitz (editors): Morten Bergsmo (editor): Morten Bergsmo, Kjetil Helvig, Ilia Utmelidze and Gorana Zagovec: Morten Bergsmo, Nobuo Hayashi and Mads Harlem (editors):


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