5 edition of Rethinking International Criminal Law found in the catalog.
March 21, 2007
by Europa Law Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||213|
Fletcher's most widely-taught book Rethinking Criminal Law is a "well known time-honored classic of criminal law jurisprudence and the most cited scholarly book on criminal law." The book was cited both by the majority opinion by Justice O'Connor and the dissenting opinion of Justice Brennan in the U.S. Supreme Court case, Tison v. The International Criminal Court: Seeking Global Justice By Moreno-Ocampo, Luis Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, Vol. 40, No. , Spring Read preview Overview Whose Crime Is It Anyway? the International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression By Kostic, Drew Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, Vol. 22, No.
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"'Rethinking Criminal Law Theory 'is packed with outstanding contributions from criminal law theorists who are among the best not only in Canada, but in the whole English-speaking world.
Broad and deep in its coverage, the collection offers fresh approaches to a wide range of cutting-edge issues in the field. A Critical Introduction to International Criminal Law - by Carsten Rethinking International Criminal Law book December 6 - Beyond the Status Quo: Rethinking International Criminal Law.
Carsten Stahn, Universiteit Leiden; pp ; View HTML Export citation Recommend this book. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's Author: Carsten Stahn. This is a reprint of a book first published by Little, Brown in George Fletcher is working on a new edition, which will be published by Oxford in three volumes, the first of which is scheduled to appear in January of Rethinking Criminal Law is still perhaps the most influential and often cited theoretical work on American criminal by: Rethinking International Criminal Law: The Substantive Part, brings together a team of researchers and practitioners from the field of international criminal law- concerned with a new international agenda of refining substantive international criminal law.
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The lessons derived from this research will have wide implications for both developed and emerging nation-states in rethinking sensitive issues of international law and justice. As such, this book will be of interest to academics and practitioners interested in international law, environmental law, human rights, ethics, international relations.
John Gardner, University of Oxford "'Rethinking Criminal Law Theory' is an excellent collection of essays demonstrating the vigour, creativity and range of Canadian criminal justice scholarship. It covers a wide range of problems and issues both in the domestic and the international context.
This book explores the theory and practice of judicial jurisdiction within the field of private international law. It offers a revised look at values justifying the power of courts to hear and decide cross-border disputes, and demonstrates that a re-conceptualisation of jurisdiction is needed.
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This course provides learners with the tools to become fully informed participants in the debate by explaining the foundations and practice of international tax law as well as addressing current developments and the ethical aspects of. "'Rethinking Criminal Law Theory' is an excellent collection of essays demonstrating the vigour, creativity and range of Canadian criminal justice scholarship.
It covers a wide range of problems and issues both in the domestic and the international context. Core questions are examined in depth and new questions are brought to the : Francois Tanguay-Renaud.
Doctor of Law (), Professor of Criminal Law (), National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow (Russia). The article was prepared within the framework of the Academic Fund Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) in (grant No.
) and supported within the framework of a subsidy granted to the HSE by the Government. Rethinking criminal law theory: new Canadian perspectives in the philosophy of domestic, transnational, and international criminal law.
[François Tanguay-Renaud; James Stribopoulos;] -- In the last two decades, the philosophy of criminal law has undergone a vibrant revival in Canada. This is a reprint of a book first published by Little, Brown in George Fletcher is working on a new edition, which will be published by Oxford in three volumes, the first of which is scheduled to appear in January of Rethinking Criminal Law is still perhaps the most influential and often cited theoretical work on American criminal law.
This reprint will keep this classic work.Further reflections on the concept of transnational criminal law Neil Boister 2. Transnational counter-terrorism law: law, power and legitimacy in the 'wars on terror' Cian C.
Murphy 3. Rethinking the 'international law of crime': provocations from transnational legal. We argue against reifying international and transnational criminal law and draw on the critical orientation of transnational legal studies manifest in its invocations of legal realism, legal pluralism and socio-legal scholarship to articulate a wide-ranging agenda for rethinking the theoretical and empirical dimensions of the ‘international.