Imagine yourself as a young lawyer recently out of law school,
the ink barely dry on your diploma, suddenly thrust into the
uncharted world of an international criminal tribunal.
And you are representing the first person to stand trial before
You have placed yourself in the shoes of Adam L. Pollock,
L’06, who is pursuing a unique and challenging career in the
emerging field of international criminal justice.
In September 2007, after completing a federal clerkship with
the Hon. Gabriel W. Gorenstein in the Southern District of New
York, Pollock reported to work at the International Criminal
Court (ICC) at The Hague in the Netherlands.