DIARRASSOUBA Mamadou Lamine is of Ivorian nationality; He has been registered with the Bar Association of Cote d’Ivoire since 1995, that is 25 years of experience as a lawyer. Skilled defender of Human Rights, and subscribing to the dynamic of inclusive justice, he created in 2007 the Association for the Protection and Defense of Human Rights (A.P.P.H), of which he is the Founder. He is consecutively a member of the Bar of the International Criminal Court and member of the Disciplinary Council deputy in appeal of the International Criminal Court since 2018. Citizen of a country that has gone through a decade of crisis with its consequences, he has always been part of a process of reducing vulnerabilities, defending the victims of the post-electoral crisis in Ivory Coast, and beyond the Ivorian borders. This has indeed made worth his implication on relative judgements on the resurgence of gross violations of human rights and humanitarian law in Libya, not yet completed, in collaboration with a group of experienced international lawyers.