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April 15, 2010
Sadat on International Criminal Jurisdiction
Leila N. Sadat (Washington University School of Law in St. Louis) has posted Unpacking the Complexities of International Criminal Tribunal Jurisdiction (Washington U. School of Law Working Paper No. 10-03-13) on SSRN. Here is the abstract:
This essay discusses the many overlapping and important aspects of the jurisdiction of international criminal courts and tribunals, and particularly their constitutional function in the international legal order. It canvasses the jurisdictional provisions of 8 current and former war crimes tribunals and the permanent International Criminal Court to distill the fundamental jurisdictional provisions of each one as to temporal, geographic, subject matter and personal jurisdiction. The principles of complementarity and primacy are also discussed and evaluated as principles of international criminal law policy and practice.
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