Felicity Salina

International Law Officer

The Hague, The Netherlands & Jakarta/Yogyakarta, Indonesia

English, Bahasa Indonesia

IHL, IHRL, ICL, peace and security, disarmament, space law

Prior to law school, I had not even the slightest idea what international law was all about. When I discovered it as a freshman, I immediately fell in love and never looked back. I have an extensive international mooting career, having competed five times, coached three teams, and sat as a judge at the Indonesian national qualifying rounds of the 14th International Humanitarian Law Moot. I graduated cum laude from Universitas Gadjah Mada in 2019, with emphasis on peace and security and general public international law. My current position as a Defense Legal Assistant at the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (UN-MICT) has shaped my understanding of the law in practice. I aim to share this knowledge with — and continue to learn from — other young, aspiring lawyers through Article 33.

Fun fact, skill, or little known tidbit about me...

Used to be ambidextrous, now left-handed!

Felicity Salina