Chief Charles A. Taku, a traditional Chief from Cameroon, is an International Lawyer with thirty-six years’ of trial experience. He specializes in International Criminal, Humanitarian, and Human Rights Law and Practice.
For the past eighteen years, as lead counsel, Chief Taku has represented clients at the UNICTR, The Special Court of Sierra Leone, the ICC, and the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva and the African Court on Human and People’s Right in Arusha Tanzania.
Chief Taku is the Vice President of the ADAD and the member for the life of the Governing Council of the African Bar Association (AFBA). Chief Charles Taku published and contributed to the publication of major books on international law and several scholarly articles.
He has attended and made compelling contributions at several conferences on International Law in many parts of the world. He is proficient in English and French Languages. He is an Executive Council member of the International Criminal Court Bar Association (ICCBA).