Bar News - November 17, 2006
NH Attorney Returns from Work with Bosnian Court
Bar member , who has been working with the international legal community for the past five years, has left his position as registrar at the Court of Bosnian and Herzegovinan War Crimes Chambers. He recently contacted Bar News from his office in Washington, D.C.
“I am currently at the United States Institute of Peace (Congressional Institute for, among other things, post-conflict stability studies) and commuting between Washington, D.C. and New Hampshire. George Bruno and I are involved with the establishment of a non-governmental organization headed by the mayor of The Hague, Netherlands to develop the international standards for public governance of justice sector institutions in transitional systems.”
Johnson served as Merrimack County Attorney from 1983-2001 and has been both chief of prosecutions at The Hague for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and registrar for the Bosnian Court upon its establishment. He has been a member of the NH Bar since 1981.
Bruno, former ambassador to Belize, is with Lawserve in Manchester. He has been a NH Bar member since 1971.