Prof Dr. Milton Owuor, PhD| Chief Executive|ICRJustice | Professor of International Criminal Law|
Prof Dr Milton, PhD, is CEO of Centre for International Criminal Justice (Africa). He is an all-round society conscious doctorate international criminal lawyer by profession. He pursued law course for the prestigious New York State law. Prof Dr Adv Milton is on high demand worldwide, mostly in the USA (New York, Phoenix, Los Angeles), for high profile pro bono legal consultancy – He undertook high profile legal expert consultancy at Goldwater Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on the US Attorney-General’s Department of Justice policy on Cy Pres doctrine in US Federal Courts. Prof Dr Adv Milton is an active member of the International Law Association (ILA) in good standing. He is a law advocate of over 25 years standing having been admitted and ‘called to the Bar’ to practice as an Advocate in 1995. He belongs to the legal academia. Prof Dr Adv Milton holds a PhD in International Criminal Law. Prof Dr Advocate Milton was Founder owner of the first ever accredited private university college law school in Botswana. He, alone, designed the first ever accredited law programme in Botswana.
He has published innumerable works widely within the realm of international criminal justice, and in legal academia, generally. One of his outstanding publications is a “Handbook on the Constitution of Botswana: Questions and Facts” (ISBN 99912-0-418-0), which is a recommended text book for reference in schools and universities. His other authoritative work is “Botswana and the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention: Legal and institutional framework for land-locked state-party” (ISBN: 9783668725355). Prof Dr Milton has published an authoritative work on US federal law entitled “United States Department of Justice policy on cy pres doctrine applicable to the federal courts of the United States of America” (ISBN: 9783668720480). Prof Dr Milton’s PhD doctoral research entitled “The International Criminal Court and Positive Complementarity: Legal and institutional framework” makes far reaching recommendations for the restructuring and reform of the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court (ISBN: 9783668770652).