Felicity contributes to The IBA ICC (International Criminal Court) Moot Court Manual which has been published and is now available for downloading from the IBA website.
The 220-page manual was created by the IBA in conjunction with the Open Society Institute. It aims to provide students and lecturers with a comprehensive guide on how to set up an ICC moot court exercise. Mooting is an experience that adds tremendous value to any legal education. By way of these materials, the IBA strives to make this experience easily available to law students across the globe.
The Prosecutor v Charlotte McAngela Thankey Seamstress is the second moot in the manual. It is drafted by Adejoké Babington-Ashaye and Felicity Gerry QC and edited by Steven Kay QC and concerns allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity during the Presidency of the fictional country of Fraternia on the fictional continent of Diversity.