Nadia Banteka is a Lecturer in International Law at The Hague University, a Research Fellow at the Bynkershoek Institute of International Law, and a S.J.D. Candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Nadia’s past work engagements include serving as a Legal Advisor to the Defense Counsel at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), and a Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Center. Nadia’s dissertation discusses the contribution of trans-governmental networks to the formation of customary international law. Her upcoming publication with the Human Rights and International Criminal Law Forum (http://ICCforum.com) suggests potential improvements to the International Criminal Court arrest and surrender system in order to achieve higher levels of compliance and success.