- Erika de Wet & Jure Vidmar, Introduction
- Jure Vidmar: Norm Conflicts and Hierarchy in International Law, Towards a Vertical International Legal System?
- Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Human Rights and United Nations Security Council Measures
- Riccardo Pavoni, Human Rights and the Immunities of Foreign States and International Organizations
- Philippa Webb, Human Rights and the Immunities of State Officials
- Harmen van der Wilt, On the Hierarchy between Extradition and Human Rights
- Geoff Gilbert, Human Rights, Refugees and Other Displaced Persons in International Law
- Dinah Shelton, Resolving Conflicts between Human Rights and Environmental Protection: Is there a Hierarchy?
- Susan Karamanian, Human Rights Dimensions of Investment Law
- Andreas Ziegler & Bertram Boie, The Relationship between International Trade Law and International Human Rights Law
- Erika de Wet & Jure Vidmar, Conclusions
Thursday, March 1, 2012
de Wet & Vidmar: Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights
Erika de Wet (Univ. of Amsterdam - Law; Univ. of Pretoria - Law) & Jure Vidmar (Univ. of Oxford - Law) have published Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights (Oxford Univ. Press 2012). Contents include: