9780199737475 hardback alkaline paper 0199737479 hardback alkaline paper
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 427-) and index.
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Introduction A legacy of abuse and suffering leads to the birth of the ICC Tracing the development of victims' rights under international law Primer on the ICC The Rome Statute's groundbreaking (and expansive) recognition of victims' rights Qualifying as legal counsel for victims Steps to formal recognition as a "victim" Preparing for complex group representation Understanding victims' interests and recognizing the importance of managing and guiding expectations Holding a pre-trial evidentiary hearing to establish the historic record Compiling a "victimization dossier" as a permanent historic record of abuse Pre-trial proceedings The main trial Summation and sentencing Conclusion.
KZ7495 .F858 2010
Oxford ; New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press,