Drawing on our in-depth experience and expertise in public international law, Landmark’s members regularly act in disputes before international courts, tribunals and committees regarding the proper interpretation of treaties and/or general principles of international law. Examples include:
- Regularly acting before the UNECE Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee in Geneva. Landmark Members have appeared in this forum for individuals bringing communications against States Parties, for the UK Government responding to communications, and for interested parties affected by communications. Highlights include ACCC/C/2009/40 (United Kingdom) on the circumstances in which the Convention applies to the acts of private parties, and ACCC/C/2014/101 (European Union) on the division of responsibility between the EU and its Member States for implementing the Convention.
- Representing a South African women’s NGO in a complaint to the World Bank’s Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman in relation to a mining company's failure to comply with, and the International Finance Corporation’s failure to enforce, environmental and human rights performance standards.
- Case C-573/14 Louani concerning whether certain acts of support for international terrorism, falling short of direct involvement in terrorist acts, disqualifies a person from international humanitarian protection under Article 1F of the Refugee Convention and of the equivalent provisions of European Union law.
- Behrami v France (2007) B.H.R.C. 477, on whether the European Court of Human Rights has jurisdiction to consider acts of peacekeeping forces established pursuant to a UN Security Council resolution.
- Case C-188/07 Commune de Mesquer v Total France SA and Total International Ltd  ECR I-4501, concerning the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage.