Grotian Moment Blog is a blog authored by several law professors following the Saddam Hussein trial. Here’s the snippet explaining the name of the blog:
As arguably the most important war crimes proceeding since Nuremberg, the trial of Saddam Hussein is likely to constitute a “Grotian Moment” — defined as a legal development that is so significant that it can create new customary international law or radically transform the interpretation of treaty-based law. This Website features key documents related to the Iraqi Special Tribunal, answers to frequently asked questions, and expert debate and public commentary on the major issues and developments related to the trials of Saddam Hussein and other former Iraqi leaders.
Unfortunately, Firefox mungles the CSS, so it doesn’t look so neat for me.