Toby M. Cadman, co-founder of Guernica 37 International and Guernica Centre for International Justice, is an established international law specialist in the areas of international criminal and humanitarian law, international terrorism, anti-corruption, maritime security, extradition and mutual legal assistance, and human rights law. He lectures extensively on international criminal law, criminal procedure and human rights law and has provided extensive advice and training to judges, lawyers and law enforcement agencies throughout the Balkans, Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. As an extradition specialist he acts for the prosecution and defence advising and representing individuals, requesting judicial authorities and governments in extradition proceedings both at first instance hearings and extradition appeals in the High Court, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights. Currently instructed in a number of matters before the Administrative Court of England and Wales, the European Court of Human Rights, UN Human Rights Committee and African Commission on Human and People’s Rights. Experienced advisor on judicial reform, legislative drafting and institution building in Albania, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burma (Myanmar), Croatia, Lebanon, Macedonia, Montenegro, Syria and Tunisia. He is a member of the Legal Team currently pursuing a case before the Spanish National Court on behalf A.H., a Syrian/Spanish national whose brother was abducted, tortured and killed by the Syrian Security Forces.