Graeme L. Hall has extensive experience of working within both international criminal law and international public law. Prior to joining the Bar, Graeme set up a pioneering project on death row in Uganda which has dramatically improved the representation of those on death row. Graeme has worked as a lawyer stagiaire at the European Court of Human Rights and is currently instructed in a number of cases before the ECtHR, including being a consultant to the ongoing claims before the Grand Chamber of Sargsyan v Azerbaijan and Chiragov v Armenia. Graeme was a pupil to John RWD Jones QC and therefore has solid experience of international criminal law. Graeme continues to build a strong extradition practice and is involved in high profile and groundbreaking cases, including extradition to America (concerning the compatibility of extradition to the US with Article 3 of the Convention where the claimant faces life without parole) and Kenya, concerning challenges to prison conditions (Article 3) and the independence of the judiciary (Article 6).