Monica Feria-Tinta

London, United Kingdom.

Areas of expertise include State Responsiblity for crimes against humanity, genocide, extra-judicial executions and torture; command responsibility for gross human rights violations; victim rights under international law. She has litigated landmark cases before the Inter-American System of Protection of Human Rights which led to the first international human rights court decision ordering the prosecution of a former Head of State for crimes under international law.

She was the first Peruvian-born lawyer to receive the prestigious Hague Academy Diploma of International Law in history, and was awarded the Inge Genefke International Award for her work as an international lawyer in 2006.

In 2007 she was co-recipient of the Gruber Foundation Justice Prize, for her contributions advancing the cause of justice as delivered through the legal system.

  • Education
    • London School of Economics, LL.M with merit
    • Hague Academy of International Law, Diploma of International Law