Until April 2017, Sareta is Stanford Law School’s Global Practitioner-in-Residence. From May 2012 to November 2016, Sareta served as the Chief Analyst on the Commission of Inquiry on Syria, documenting violations of international law in the context of the ongoing conflict. Immediately prior to this, she occupied the same position on the Commission of Inquiry on Libya. In 2010 and 2011, Sareta was the Legal Adviser to the ICC’s Office of the Public Counsel for the Defence. In 2009, she worked as a Legal Consultant to the United Nations Fact-Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict. From 2004 to 2009, Sareta was Co-Counsel representing Issa Sesay before the Special Court for Sierra Leone. Sareta is a member of Garden Court Chambers in London, and is called to the Bar of England and Wales, as well as the Bar of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Since 2013, Sareta has been ranked by Chambers and Partners (UK edition) as a Notable Practitioner in the field of international criminal law.
- Ashraph, Sareta, “Act of Annihilation: Understanding the Role of Gender in the Crime of Genocide”, Cairo Review of Global Affairs (2017).
- Ashraph, Sareta, “The Naked Defence Office: How an Unclear Mandate, Poor Staffing, and Registry Disinterest Stripped the Officer of the Principal Defender”, The Sierra Leone Special Court and its Legacy: The Impact for Africa and International Criminal Law (2013).