Clifford Chance has ended its year-long pro bono partnership with a Web site dedicated to covering the war crimes trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor, which resumed on July 14 after a six-month hiatus.

A year ago The Am Law Daily reported that was providing a valuable resource by keeping West Africans apprised of the proceedings against the former dictator. Taylor is accused of rape, murder, enslavement and other crimes against humanity related to thousands of deaths during the 11-year civil war in neighboring Sierra Leone. The trial was moved to The Hague from Sierra Leone for security reasons in 2006.

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