1 MARK STEVEN ELLIS 10th Floor, 1 Stephen Street London W1T 1AT Dual UK/US Citizenship EMPLOYMENT 2000 Present Executive Director, the International Bar Association (IBA), London, England Acts as the Chief Executive Officer of the foremost international organization of bar associations and individual lawyers in the world, comprised of 198 organizations and 30,000 individual members from 194 countries. Develops strategies for the Association to meet the needs of a rapidly changing legal marketplace. Manages a staff of 70. Developed and oversees IBA regional offices in São Paulo and Dubai. Oversees an annual budget of over $12 million. Developed outside IBA grant funding program that has raised over $18 million. Represents the Association and its members internationally. Maintains contact with high-level government officials to initiate Association policies. Responsible for arbitrating disputes among and between IBA members (organisations and individuals). Developed and oversees the Association s LL.M program. (2005 present) On- air legal analyst for CNN International on international legal issues. Executive Director, American Bar Association (ABA) Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (CEELI), Washington, D.C. Oversaw all CEELI project components designed to support the process of law reform underway in twenty-four countries in Central and Eastern Europe and the New Independent States of the former Soviet Union (NIS). Designed law reform programs in the areas of judicial restructuring, constitutional reform, commercial law reform, legal education, human rights, environmental law and criminal law. Solicited annual grant contributions of approximately $14 million from U.S. and foreign governments and private foundations. Managed a staff of 95 employees, consultants and legal specialists. Maintained contact with high-level U.S., European, and other foreign government officials to initiate project components. Made regular presentations on law reform issues to the U.S. Congress, U.S. State Department and foreign governments. Communicated daily with U.S., European, and other foreign judges, lawyers, law professors, professional legal associations and funding organizations on implementing legal assistance projects.
2 Page 2 Acted as President to the Coalition for International Justice, which provided technical legal assistance to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Legal Advisor, the Independent International Commission on Kosovo (Chaired by Justice Richard J. Goldstone), Stockholm, Sweden Assisted the twelve-member Independent International Commission on Kosovo in examining key developments prior to, during, and after the Kosovo war, including systematic violations of human rights in the region. Prepared a detailed, objective analysis of the options that were available to the international community to cope with the Kosovo crisis. Advised the Commission on identifying the norms of international law and diplomacy brought to the fore by the Kosovo war and the adequacy of present norms and institutions in preventing comparable crises in the future Expert witness in Trans-Global Petroleum Inc. v INA Industrija Nafte dd., International Center for Dispute Resolution (2000) American Law School Site Accreditation Evaluator, Accreditation Committee and Council of the Office of the Consultant on Legal Education to the American Bar Association, Chicago, Illinois Consultant to the Foreign Investment Advisory Service (FIAS) of The World Bank, Washington, D.C. Prepared analysis for FIAS on Albania s proposed Foreign Investment Agency (2001). Prepared analysis for FIAS on Bosnia Herzegovina s legal environment for foreign investment (2000). Represented FIAS as advisor to the Government of Macedonia on rewriting its Company Law (2000). Prepared assessment for the Macedonian Government on behalf of FIAS regarding the revision of the country s Company Law (2000). Prepared analysis for FIAS on Slovakia s legal environment for foreign investment (1999). Prepared analysis for FIAS on Moldova s legal environment for foreign investment (1998). Member of the FIAS team advising the Government of Armenia on drafting its new Foreign Investment Law (1998). Prepared analysis for FIAS on Macedonia s legal environment for foreign investment (1998). Member of the FIAS team advising the Government of Bosnia-Herzegovina on drafting its new Foreign Investment Law (1998). Prepared analysis for FIAS on Croatia's foreign investment laws and business corporation laws (1995). Prepared analyses for The World Bank on the former Yugoslavia s draft foreign investment laws and business corporation laws (1988, 1989).
3 Page Adjunct Professor, Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, Washington, D.C. Foreign Investment Law. The course focused on all aspects of foreign investment in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union Attorney, Klayman & Gurley, Washington, D.C. Advised clients on international trade matters and litigation. Represented U.S. clients on foreign direct investment. Represented foreign clients on U.S. anti-dumping regulations. Represented the United States Information Agency (AmPart Program) on three separate programs in Central and Eastern Europe on formulating new investment policies (1988, 1989, 1990) Attorney, Johnson and Associates, Tallahassee, Florida Represented clients on matters dealing with administrative and governmental law, international law, tax law, and trial litigation Research Associate, Economic Research Services, Inc., Tallahassee, Florida Analyzed economic data for employment discrimination litigation. Assigned to formulate and structure economic data for OEEC review and court litigation. EDUCATION PhD Law (candidate), King s College, University of London, 2006 present. London School of Economics, Certificate in Law, War and Human Rights, FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR, Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia, FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR, Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia; Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Research Fellow at the ANNUAL EEC/NATO SEMINAR held in Luxembourg and Brussels, Belgium, April J.D. Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida, Research Fellow at the ELEVENTH ANNUAL BRUSSELS SEMINAR ON THE LAW AND INSTITUTIONS OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES held at the Institute d'etudes Europeennes (ULB) and the Vrije Univeristeit Brussels, Belgium, Summer Research Fellow at the ANNUAL COMPARATIVE POLICY STUDIES PROGRAM FOR YUGOSLAV-AMERICAN STUDIES, RESEARCH AND EXCHANGES held at the Inter-University Centre of postgraduate studies in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Summer 1983.
4 Page 4 B.S. Economics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, BOOKS: PUBLICATIONS THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT GLOBAL POLITICS AND THE QUEST FOR JUSTICE, IDEBATE Press, (Co-editor with Justice Richard Goldstone), (2008). DOING BUSINESS WITH YUGOSLAVIA - ECONOMIC AND LEGAL ASPECTS, Ljubljana Press, (co-editor/co-author), (1986). BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS: CRIMINAL JURISDICTION 100 YEARS AFTER THE 1907 HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE, HJC Press (2009), (Chapter on Defining, Suppressing and Trying Genocide A Path Towards Accountability and Justice). HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW, Edward Elgar Publishing (2008), (Chapter on The Contribution of NGOs to the Creation of International Criminal Tribunals). THE DAY AFTER MUGABE PROSPECTS FOR CHANGE IN ZIMBABWE, Africa Research Institute (2007), (Interview on Indicting Robert Mugabe). SADDAM ON TRIAL UNDERSTANDING AND DEBATING THE IRAQI HIGH TRIBUNAL, Carolina Academic Press (2006), (Essays on Closing Arguments, Lessons in International Justice, and Lesser-known Defendants). POST-CONFLICT JUSTICE, Transnational Publishers (2002), (Chapter on International Legal Assistance). WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PARLIAMENTS AND LEGISLATURES, Congressional Quarterly (1998), (Chapters on Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and the Republic of Yugoslavia). ARTICLES: Searching for the Meaning of the Rule of Law: Finding Extraordinary People, Minnesota Journal of International Law, Vol.18, No.2, The History of CEELI, the ABA s Rule of Law Initiative, and the Rule of Law Movement Looking Forward, Minnesota Journal of International Law, Vol.18, No. 2, 2009 (with Homer E. Moyer Jr. and Talbot Sandy D Alemberte; Symposium: Creating a Global Rule of Law). International Justice and the Rule of Law: Strengthening the ICC through Domestic Prosecutions, The Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, Vol. 1, No. 1, The Saddam Trial Challenges to Meeting International Standards of Fairness with Regard to the Defense, The Case Journal of International Law, Vol. 39, Nos.1 & 2,
5 Page 5 Breaking the Silence Rape as an International Crime, The Case Journal of International Law, Vol. 38, No. 2, Combating Impunity and Enforcing Accountability as a Way to Bring Peace and Stability to Regions the Role of War Crimes Tribunals, Journal of National Security Law & Policy, Vol. 2, No. 1, Defense Counsel Appearing Before International Tribunals Past Experiences and Future Challenges, Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 4, No. 4, Coming to Terms with its Past Serbia s New Court for the Prosecution of War Crimes, Berkeley Journal of International Law, Vol. 22, No 2, Fall The Evolution of Defense Counsel Appearing Before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, New England Law Review, Vol. 37, No.4, Developing a Global Program for Enhancing Accountability: Key Ethical Tenets for the Legal Profession in the 21 st Century, South Carolina Law Review, Vol. 54, No 1, The Forgotten Victim: Law Schools Under Attack in Developing Countries a Need for International Intervention (address given at the Annual 2002 AALS meeting), The Dickinson School of Law Journal, Vol. 21, No.1, A Training Manual for the Legal Profession - A Focus on the Judiciary, (Symposium A Global Legal Odyssey), South Texas Law Review, Vol. 43, No. 2, Spring The International Criminal Court and Its Implication for Domestic Law and National Capacity Building, The Florida Journal of International Law, Vol. 15, No. 2, Fall Policy Implications of World War II Reparations and Restitution as Applied to the Former Yugoslavia, (with Elizabeth Hutton), Berkeley Journal of International Law, Vol. 20, No 1, The Consequences of the Kosovo Conflict on Southeastern Europe, The International Lawyer, SMU School of Law, Vol. 34, No. 4, Winter Bringing Justice to an Embattled Region Creating and Implementing the Rules of the Road for Bosnia-Herzegovina, Berkeley Journal of International Law, Vol. 17, No. 1, Purging the Past: The Current State of Lustration Laws in the Former Communist Bloc, Duke University Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 59, No. 4, Justice Before the International War Crimes Tribunal - Needed Changes for Defense Counsel, Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, Vol. 3, No. 2, The Role of Foreign Experts in Establishing the Rule of Law, (Symposium Constitutional Resolution in the Ex-Communist World: The Rule of Law), American University Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. 12, No.1, Bosnian Economic Security After 1996, (with Dr. John R. Lampe and Dr. Susan Woodward), The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and The Atlantic Council (1996).
6 Page 6 Searching for Justice, The Exempt Organization Tax Review, Vol. 14, No. 2, Guaranteeing Property Rights in the New Constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, (Symposium - Constitutionalism in the Post-Cold War Era), The Yale Journal of International Law, Vol. 19, No. 1, Democratization of Central and Eastern Europe: An Afterward, The American University Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. 7, No. 3, Spring, Markets in Yugoslavia, BLOC Journal, October/November, Yugoslavia's Move Towards a Market Economy - An Analysis of the Law on Enterprises, Boston University International Law Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, Fall, Foreign Investment in Yugoslavia - A Review of the Joint Venture Law with Amendments and Proposed Changes, Economic Analysis, Vol. XXII, No. 4, Foreign Investment in Yugoslavia - Proposed Changes to the Joint Venture Law, International Law Quarterly, The Florida Bar, Vol. VI, No. 3, Constitutional Revisions to Yugoslavia's Joint Venture Law - A Review of Amendment 12, International Law Quarterly, The Florida Bar, Vol., VI, No. 4, Yugoslav Exports to the European Economic Community - An Analysis of the Additional Protocol to the 1980 Cooperation Agreement, Institute of Economics, Zagreb (March, 1988). Yugoslav Exports to the European Economic Community - An Analysis of the 1980 Cooperation Agreement, Economic Analysis, Vol. XXI, No. 1, NEWSPAPER EDITORIALS: The International Criminal Court has every right to demand justice and accountability, The London Times (Online), (Op-Ed), April 30, Atrocities in Kenya must not go unpunished, The London Times (Online), (Op-Ed), February 9, Robert Mugabe must be prosecuted now, The Sunday Times (Op-Ed), March 25, From the Saddam trial, vital lessons, The International Herald Tribune (Op-Ed), August 5-6, 2006, at 4. Can Saddam s trial be salvaged, The International Herald Tribune (Op-Ed), February 10, 2006, at 8. Indict Zimbabwe s demagogue, The International Herald Tribune (Op-Ed), December 28, 2005, at 9. Next, the trial of Saddam, The International Herald Tribune (Op-Ed), April 9-10, 2005, at 9.
7 Page 7 What next for Zimbabwe, The Sunday Times (Op-Ed), April 10, 2005, at 11. [Also reprinted in The Zimbabwe Independent, April 15, 2005]. Business befriends human rights, European Lawyer Magazine, (April, 2005). Judges should be free to be unpopular, The Sunday Independent, (January 23, 2005) [Also reprinted in The Cape Argus, The Sunday Tribune, and the Advocate, April, 2005]. Justice and Accountability, The South African Mail & Guardian and The Zimbabwe Independent (supplement), (December 10, 2004). Strengthening African Democracy The Rule of Law and Institution Building, The Vanguard (Law and Human Rights: Opinion), (November 26, 2004). The World v Robert Mugabe, The International Herald Tribune (Op-Ed), April 2, 2004, at A7 [Also reprinted in the South African Times, April 7, 2004]. Non-Negotiable War Criminals Belong in the Dock, Not at the Table, The Washington Post (Sunday Outlook Section), May 9, 1999, at B1. The Law After Communism: Getting Judges to Hang Up on Telephone Justice, The Washington Post (Sunday Outlook Section), June 22, 1997, at C3. The War for New Frontiers - The Cleansing of Yugoslavia, Vjesnik, Vol. LV, No (July 14, 1994). Budite Spremni za Frustracije (Preparing for Future Frustrations), Privrednivjesnik, Vol. XXXVI, No (February 13, 1989). BOOK REVIEWS AND OTHER: Islamic and International Law: Searching for Common Ground, Salzburg Journal, (Fall 2008). Closing Chapter for OUR FREEDOMS A Decade s Reflection on the Advancement of Human Rights, International Bar Association, (2007). Director s Column, INTERNATIONAL BAR NEWS, ( A Year in Review 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, From the London Office Bi-monthly 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, Introduction for THE BUSINESS OF LAW, International Bar Association, (2004). Preface for INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM, LEGAL CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES (IBA Taskforce on International Terrorism), Transnational Publications, (2003). Forward for INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (Eds. I. Bantekas, S. Nash, M. Mackarel) Cavendish Publishing Ltd, London, (2001). Integration of Transitional Countries into the World Economy: the Lessons from Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, The Southwestern Legal Foundation, (June 2001). Ending the Crime of Genocide: Is the Doctrine of Humanitarian Intervention the Answer? The Fulbrighters Newsletter, Vol. XXII, No. 3 (Summer, 2000).
8 Page 8 War Crimes Trials Proceedings of the International Conference on War Crimes Trials, Humanitarian Law Center, (2000), (contributing author). Preface for DAYTON v. ATTORNEYS, (A. Zilic and S. Risaluddin) ADEN Press (1997). [Also printed in THE CASE OF THE ZVORNIK SEVEN, A. Zilic and S. Risaluddin, The Bosnian Institute, London, 1998]. Book Review - Moynihan On the Law of Nations, Social Thought, Vol. XVII, No POLICY PAPERS: DIAGNOSTIC STUDY FOR IMPROVING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN ALBANIA, The World Bank (2001) (contributing author). IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENT FOR FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA, The World Bank (2000) (contributing author). LEGAL, REGULATORY, AND TAX IMPROVEMENTS FOR ATTRACTING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INTO SLOVAKIA, The World Bank (1999) (contributing author). BEYOND KOSOVO: A REGIONAL APPROACH TO THE BALKANS, The Atlantic Council (1999) (contributing author). IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENT FOR DIRECT INVESTMENT IN MOLDOVA, The World Bank (1999) (contributing author). THE DAYTON PEACE ACCORDS AND BEYOND: DEVELOPING A STRATEGIC CONCEPT FOR NATO IN THE BALKANS, The University of Dayton Center for International Programs (November 1998) (panelist and contributing author). CHANGE AND PROSPERITY: THE ASPEN INSTITUTE PROGRAM ON THE WORLD ECONOMY, Aspen Institute (August, 1998) (discussion leader and contributing author). THE INTERNATIONAL HANDLING OF WAR CRIMES AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, The Ditchley Foundation, London, England (June, 1998) (participating member). IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENT FOR DIRECT INVESTMENT IN MACEDONIA, The World Bank (1998) (contributing author). BOSNIA S SECURITY AND U.S. POLICY IN THE NEXT PHASE: WHERE NOW?, The Atlantic Council (1997) (contributing author). ACCOUNTABILITY AND JUDICIAL RESPONSE: BUILDING MECHANISMS FOR POST- CONFLICT JUSTICE, The Stanley Foundation (October 1, 1997) (co-chair and participating member). THE DAYTON ACCORDS AND BEYOND: BRINGING WAR CRIMINALS TO JUSTICE, The University of Dayton Center for International Programs (July, 1997) (contributing author). POST-CONFLICT JUSTICE: THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, The Stanley Foundation (April 1, 1997) (participating member).
9 Page 9 BOARD MEMBERSHIP: Advisory Board, Lloyd N. Cutler Center For The Rule of Law (2009 present). Editorial Board, the Hague Journal on the Rule of Law (2007 present). Editorial Board, Journal of National Security Law and Policy (2005-present). Advisory Board, DLA Piper Rudnick New Perimeter Probono project (2005- present). Board of Directors, CEELI Institute (2004-present). The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation, Salzburg Seminar (2004 present). Advisory Panel to the Defense Counsel for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) (2006 present). The Council on Foreign Relations (2000-present). Swedish Institute for Legal Development, Stockholm, Sweden, ( ). Adviser to the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office ( ). International Legal Assistance Consortium, Stockholm, Sweden ( ). Board of Governors, the Pacem in Terris Institute, ( ). Board of Directors, Coalition for International Justice ( ). Advisory Board, Human Rights Law Institute, DePaul University ( ). Advisory Board, International Women Judges Foundation (IWJF) ( ). Advisory Committee, Global Law and Policy Initiative, Chicago-Kent College of Law Illinois Institute of Technology ( ). Technical Assistance Advisory Committee Palestinian Bar Association Project ( ). Search Committee, Ball Eminent Scholar Chair, The Florida State University College of Law ( ). Member, The Atlantic Council and the Woodrow Wilson Center s Task Force on Bosnia-Herzegovina ( ). Board of Directors, U.S. - Southeastern Europe Economic Council ( ). Member, Delta Airlines Business Advisory Board ( ). Member, U.S. State Department Advisory Committee on Foreign Investment ( ). Selection Committee, Institute of International Education (IIE), Professional Grants Program to Central and Eastern Europe (1991). HONORS: Recognized by the American Bar Association, Section on Legal Education for contributions to international legal education (2000). Recipient of The Florida State University s Distinguished Graduate Award (1998). Co-recipient of the American Bar Association s World Order Under Law Award (1998). Recognized by the La Roche College Pacem in Terris Institute for Leadership in International Law Reform (1998) Honorary Diploma from the Romanian Academic Society ("Titu Maiorescu") and the Law Courts Magazine "for assistance given to judicial institutions in Romania after December 1989." 1992 Honorary Diploma from the Romanian Democrat Jurists Union of Romania and the Law Courts Magazine "for assistance given to judicial institutions in Romania after December, 1989."
10 Page 10 Awarded the 1977 St. Thomas More Award for Community Service. LANGUAGES Croatian (Serbo-Croatian)
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