- The Hague NL
Noah Al-Malt is an aspiring international lawyer. After graduating cum laude from the Barry University School of Law, Noah Al-Malt relocated to the Netherlands, where he completed Leiden University’s renowned advanced studies in public international law program. In the Netherlands, Noah Al-Malt worked with international organizations and non-governmental organizations in The Hague.
Upon completing his internship with the Association of Defence Counsel Practicing Before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ("ADC-ICTY"), he was hired as a legal assistant for the defense in Prosecutor v. Prlić et al. As legal assistant, he assisted in the drafting of the appeal brief, response brief, and reply brief. Prlić et al. is one of the longest and most complex cases before the international tribunals. He also volunteered as a public relations coordinator for the International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions ("IDUM"), a nongovernmental organization that seeks to safely dispose of weapons that have been dumped at sea. With IDUM, he attended the 18th and 19th Conferences of States Parties for the Organization on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
Most recently, Mr. Al-Malt worked as a legal consultant for the Case 003 defence before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia ("ECCC").