IN THE MEDIA

189877_1004027509310_7950_nAs a highlight of her career, Ms. Ivtindzioski was selected among countless worldwide applicants to serve as a legal extern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, located in The Hague, The Netherlands.  At this famous Tribunal, Kristina assisted her team in bringing justice to sufferers of war-ridden Balkan countries, including Serbia and Macedonia.  See the article below:

 

http://view.digipage.net/?userpath=00000001/00005962/00017630/&page=24

ICTYMs. Ivtindzioski also served on the Human Rights in Action Program Committee to select the 2008 candidates who would work at eight active war crime tribunals, including the International Criminal Court, (“ICC”), the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, (“ICTY”), the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, (“ICTR”), and the Special Court for Sierra Leone.  See the article below:

http://newswire.blogs.law.pace.edu/2008/05/29/war-crimes-tribunals-to-be-sites-of-summer-internships-for-eight-pace-law-school-students/ 

 

201540under40Ms. Ivtindzioski was proudly selected as United Macedonian Diaspora’s, (“UMD”), Top 40 Under 40 in 2015.  UMD sought out nominations for 40 rising stars under the age of 40 who have distinguished themselves as experts in their particular field.  Ms. Ivtindzioski, the legal candidate, has proven herself to be a fierce attorney, having made significant strides in the legal arena.  Ms. Ivtindzioski’s accomplishments have not gone unnoticed.  See the article to read more in this regard:

http://www.umdiaspora.org/index.php/en/frontpage-news/58-unity/1117-umd-announces-2015-macedonian-diaspora-s-40-under-40