Mr. Serge Brammertz is the prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. He is from Eupen Belgium. Mr. Brammertz holds a law degree from University of Louvain-la-Neuve, a degree in criminology from the University of Liege and a PhD in international law from the Albert Ludwig University in Freiburg, Germany. Prior to his appointment as chief prosecutor, Mr. Brammertz he was the Federal Prosecutor for the kingdom of Belgium, and a prosecutor for the local court in Eupen Belgium. Mr. Brammertz has provided expert advice to the council of Europe to help “[set] up a mechanism for evaluating and applying nationally international undertakings concerning the fight against organized crime”. Additionally Mr. Brammertz has served on the European Commissions’ Justice and Internal Affairs committee and as an adviser for the International Organization for Migration, leading studies on cases of cross-border corruption and human trafficking in Central Europe and the Balkans. Mr. Brammertz has also been extensively published in the areas of global terrorism and organized crime and corruption.
For a brief discussion by Mr. Brammertz about Nuremberg and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia click here.