Studies in transnational legal policy ; no. 42.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction.Introduction to the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs /David M. Crane Lectures.Katherine B. Fite: the leading female lawyer at London & Nuremberg, 1945 /John Q. Barrett Portraits of women at Nuremberg /Diane Marie Amann International criminal law year in review /Michael P. Scharf g Commentary.Bringing war criminals to justice at Nuremberg /William Caming Reflections on women in international criminal law /Marilyn J. Kaman What do women want from war crimes tribunals? /Patricia Wald ; introduction by Lucy Reed Seeking accountability : lessons from East Timor & Norway /Siri Frigaard Impunity watch essay contest winner: reaching out to the world /Sarah Owen Transcriptions of panels from prosecutor sessions.Update from the current prosecutors Gender crimes at the international level Roundtable with current female trial attorneys Conclusion /Elizabeth Andersen Appendices.The Third Chautauqua declaration Biographies of the prosecutors & participants.
KZ6467 .I58 2009
Proceedings of the ... International Humanitarian Law Dialogs.
Washington, D.C. : The American Society of International Law,