Tuesday, July 26, 2011

New Issue: International Criminal Law Review

The latest issue of the International Criminal Law Review (Vol. 11, no. 3, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Women and International Criminal Law - Dedicated to the Honourable Patricia M. Wald
    • Martha Minow, Taking up the Challenge of Gender and International Criminal Justice: In Honour of Judge Patricia Wald
    • Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Remarks in Honour of Patricia M. Wald
    • Kelly Askin, Tribute to Patricia Wald
    • David Tolbert, Judge Wald at the ICTY: A Tribute
    • Jenny S. Martinez, International Law at the Crossroads: The Role of Judge Patricia Wald
    • Patricia M. Wald, Women on International Courts: Some Lessons Learned
    • Doris Buss, Performing Legal Order: Some Feminist Thoughts on International Criminal Law
    • Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Dina Francesca Haynes, & Naomi Cahn, Criminal Justice for Gendered Violence and Beyond
    • Jennifer Leaning, Enforced Displacement of Civilian Populations in War: A Potential New Element in Crimes against Humanity
    • Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Questioning Hierarchies of Harm: Women, Forced Migration, and International Criminal Law
    • Beth Van Schaack, The Crime of Aggression and Humanitarian Intervention on Behalf of Women
    • Katie O'Byrne, Beyond Consent: Conceptualising Sexual Assault in International Criminal Law
    • Margaret M. deGuzman, Giving Priority to Sex Crime Prosecutions: The Philosophical Foundations of a Feminist Agenda
    • Laurie Green, First-Class Crimes, Second-Class Justice: Cumulative Charges for Gender-Based Crimes at the International Criminal Court
    • Rama Mani, Women, Art and Post-Conflict Justice
    • Rachel Harris & Katharine Gelber, Defining 'De Facto' Slavery in Australia: Ownership, Consent and the Defence of Freedom
    • Karima Bennoune, The Paradoxical Feminist Quest for Remedy: A Case Study of Jane Doe v. Islamic Salvation Front and Anouar Haddam
    • Lucy Reed, Assessing Civil Liability for Harms to Women during Armed Conflict: The Rulings of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission
    • Diane Marie Amann, Cecelia Goetz, Woman at Nuremberg
    • David Luban, Hannah Arendt as a Theorist of International Criminal Law
    • Nienke Grossman, Sex Representation on the Bench and the Legitimacy of International Criminal Courts
    • Leila Nadya Sadat, Avoiding the Creation of a Gender Ghetto in International Criminal Law