Monday, September 10, 2012

New Issue: Criminal Law Forum

The latest issue of Criminal Law Forum (Vol. 23, nos. 1-3, September 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Rod Rastan, The Jurisdictional Scope of Situations Before the International Criminal Court
  • Elinor Fry, Between Show Trials and Sham Prosecutions: The Rome Statute’s Potential Effect on Domestic Due Process Protections
  • Matthew Gillett, The Call of Justice: Obligations Under the Genocide Convention to Cooperate with the International Criminal Court
  • Markus Eikel, Witness Protection Measures at the International Criminal Court: Legal Framework and Emerging Practice
  • Pascale Chifflet & Gideon Boas, Sentencing Coherence in International Criminal Law: The Cases of Biljana Plavšić and Miroslav Bralo
  • Patricia Pinto Soares, Tangling Human Rights and International Criminal Law: The Practice of International Tribunals and the Call for Rationalized Legal Pluralism
  • Philipp Kastner, Towards Internalized Legal Obligations to Address Justice and Accountability? A Novel Perspective on the Legal Framework of Peace Negotiations