Thank you and Farewell from Patrick Wegner

Dear readers,

It is with great regret that I have to stop contributing to JiC regularly due to time constraints. I recently became a diplomat at the German Foreign Office and am trying to finish my thesis at the same time, which is very time consuming. I am therefore no longer able to contribute to JiC regularly. You will probably find a post by me every once in a while as a guest author. With Alana Tiemessen, Mark and Elke around I have no doubt that my absence will be barely felt and that JiC will be contributing meaningful commentary to international criminal law in conflicts for the months and years to come.

I would like to thank all our readers for their interest and their comments and I would like to thank the JiC team for an amazing year of blogging together.

All the best,


About Patrick Wegner

PhD student at the University of Tübingen and the Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. Working on the impact of International Criminal Court investigations on ongoing intrastate conflicts.
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5 Responses to Thank you and Farewell from Patrick Wegner

  1. Catherine says:

    Thank you Patrick, best of luck on your new endeavors!

  2. Alana Tiemessen says:

    You will be missed! Best of luck.

  3. Mark Kersten says:

    Thank you Patrick, for all of your sober voice, insightful posts and your camaraderie. You will be missed. Here’s to wishing you all the very, very best in all of the exciting adventures ahead of you! It goes without saying that you are always welcome back at JiC!

  4. Marianne says:

    Thank you for all the great posts! They will be missed 😉
    Good luck with your new job and your thesis!

  5. Mango says:

    Viel Glück, Patrick. Hals- und Beinbruch 🙂

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