Antonina (‘Nina’) Dyk is an American lawyer and has been admitted to the State Bar of Texas since 2013.
She began working as a Case Manager at the International Criminal Court for the Defence of Charles Blé Goudé in 2015, and has continued working in defence at the ICC ever since. In 2018, she was appointed Assistant to Counsel for the Defence of Charles Blé Goudé and stayed in that role until the end of the indemnity proceedings, which concluded in 2022. Since 2019, Nina has also served as an Assistant to Counsel for the Defence of Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona who is currently standing trial before the ICC.
Nina obtained a juris doctorate degree from Washington University School of Law in 2013, as a member of the Transnational Law Program. She also graduated cum laude from the University of Utrecht in 2014 with an LLM in International Criminal Law and Human Rights.