Penelope VAN TUYL, Deputy Director of the War Crimes Studies Center and the Asian International Justice Initiative. Penelope Van Tuyl has worked closely with WCSC Director, David Cohen, since 2006 on human rights and rule of law projects in Southeast Asia, West Africa, and Europe. An American lawyer, Penelope received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, and is admitted to practice in the state of California. As Deputy Director of the Asian International Justice Initiative and the War Crimes Studies Center, Penelope oversees several of AIJI’s key projects in the region, including the annual Summer Institute in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, the “Virtual Tribunal” project, and our regional trial monitoring program at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. She has authored and edited numerous reports and articles on international criminal law and procedure. She also teaches a course on international criminal law and transitional justice at UC Berkeley. Her research interests touch on substantive, procedural, and administrative aspects of international criminal practice; in particular, she focuses on Joint Criminal Enterprise (JCE) liability, standards of pleading in international courts, and the institutional accountability mechanisms that are meant to support the effective and efficient administration of justice.