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Jade Briend

Rule of Law Intern


Jade joined the ICCT in April 2024 assuming the position of Intern within the Rule of Law Responses to Terrorism Programme. Currently in her second year of pursuing a master’s degree in public international law at Paris-Nanterre University, she previously completed her initial year of master’s degree in Grenoble-Alpes University, specialising in International Law and Digital Governance. Jade also holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Rennes 1 University. While completing her studies, she is actively engaged in a legal clinic with the French Red-Cross where she is writing an analysis on the criminal responsibility of arms export companies for war crimes.

Prior to joining the ICCT, Jade carried out internships. Initially she worked at a law firm specialising in asylum law. Subsequently, she interned at the International Criminal Court for the Director of the Judicial Services of the Registry and as a support for the Victims Participation and Reparation Section. She conducted legal research on the health conditions within the Detention Centre and processed victims’ applications in various cases (Venezuela and CAR), among others.