Joshua's research focuses on the place and role of judicial precedent as part of the applicable law at the International Criminal Court (ICC). Specifically, the research considers the emerging practice of the ICC with regard to the application of previous decisions, both from within the ICC itself and from external tribunals such as other international criminal and non-criminal tribunals, regional and national courts. Joshua holds the BCL from Oxford, as well as an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Exeter, which he was awarded with distinction and the Dean's Commendation for excellent performance. He obtained a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from Moi University in Kenya.
International Criminal Law; International Law; Human Rights Law.