Substantive International Criminal Law

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Barker, JC., Van Der Wilt, H and Myers, B (2018). Substantive International Criminal Law. in: Nollkaemper, A, Reinisch, A, Janik, R and Simlinger, F (ed.) International Law in Domestic Courts Oxford Oxford University Press. pp. 542-576
AuthorsBarker, JC., Van Der Wilt, H and Myers, B
EditorsNollkaemper, A, Reinisch, A, Janik, R and Simlinger, F
Abstract

Contextualizes and examines carefully selected cases in domestic courts, providing background and commentary for the law as decided; Explains the theories and doctrines underlying the use of international law by domestic courts; Illustrates the importance of domestic courts in the development of international law; Provides translations of key domestic court decisions

KeywordsInternational Criminal Law; Cases; domestic courts
Page range542-576
Year2018
Book titleInternational Law in Domestic Courts
PublisherOxford University Press
Place of publicationOxford
Edition1
ISBN9780198739746
Publication dates
Print28 Nov 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited18 Sep 2018
Accepted30 Jul 2018
Web address (URL)https://global.oup.com/academic/product/international-law-in-domestic-courts-9780198739746?q=International%20Law%20in%20Domestic%20Courts&lang=en&cc=gb
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