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International Criminal Justice: Theory, Policy and Practice

Call for Papers

Abstracts may only be submitted via the Easy Chair system. They must be no longer than 300 words and must include your title, name and institutional affiliation and your email address for correspondence.

The deadline for the submissions is Monday 19 January 2015.

This proposed stream contains four panel sessions and invites submissions on all areas of substantive international criminal justice, whether on theory, policy or practice. Empirical work would be particularly welcomed and papers based on “works in progress” will be considered so long as the work is sufficiently developed. Both individual papers and panel submissions (of three related papers) can be submitted for consideration. Postgraduate students are also encouraged to submit abstracts.

For an informal discussion please email the convenor.

Session Programme (Papers and rooms are subject to change)

Tuesday: Session 1: Ramphal Room 1.04

Session Title:

Papers: “The Legal Nature of UN Security Council Referrals to the International Criminal Court Revisited ” - Gabriel Lentner

“The Emerging Customary Crime of Terrorism under International Law: An Examination of how Domestic Criminal Law Influenced the Special Tribunal for Lebanon’s Interlocutory Decision” - Anna Brennan

“Beyond the State: The Future of International Criminal Law” - Clare Frances Moran

Tuesday: Session 2: Ramphal Room 1.04

Session Title:

Papers: “The Prosecution of Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes at the International Criminal Court: Obstacles and Chances” - Barbel Schmidt

“Charging Sexual Violence as Torture under the Rome Statute: Are the Geneva Conventions a Useful Tool for Prosecuting Sexual Violence Today?” - Sarah Creedon

Wednesday: Session 3: Ramphal Room 1.04

Session Title:

Papers: “Does the International Criminal Court Deter Torture? - Yvonne Dutton, Eamon Aloyo and Lindsay Heger

“Targeted Killing and Characterisation of Remote Warfare under International Humanitarian Law” - Anthony Cullen

“General Principles of Law as a Source of International Criminal Law” - Noelle Higgins

Wednesday: Session 4: Ramphal Room 1.04

Session Title:

Papers: “A New Path for the International Criminal Court” - Eduardo Toledo

“Judicial Dialogue and the Development of the Crime of Genocide” - Nora Stappert