Geoffrey Roberts is a New York qualified international lawyer based in The Hague, Netherlands specialising in defending individual and collective rights before international and regional criminal and administrative courts, tribunals and justice mechanisms.

His office in the iconic Rode Olifant building in the centre of the Hague, within a short distance from the new ICC permanent premises, the ICTY and Hague Branch of the MICT, the new premises for the Kosovo Tribunal as well as the other international organisations in The Hague. 

Working as a sole practitioner Geoffrey has limited overheads and flexibility to work alone or together with suitable other independent lawyers, investigators and experts from different countries and legal cultures in large multidisciplinary teams of professionals.  As an early and experienced exponent of different legal technologies before different international tribunals, Geoffrey has also been at the forefront of its use in cases of real complexity, including those involving complicated DNA evidence, cell site data and other digital evidence.