In 2003, Antonio Cassese established the Journal of International Criminal Justice together with a group of distinguished colleagues, to address the major problems of justice from the angle of law, jurisprudence, criminology, penal philosophy, and the history of international judicial institutions. In this blog you can find information ‘around’ the Journal and its prizes. Please feel free to contribute by sending us your posts and comments.
The paper with which I was awarded the prestigious Journal of International Criminal Justice prize, ‘Unexplored Outcomes of Tadić: Applicability of the Law of Occupation to War by Proxy’ , was based on my LL.M. thesis at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. This paper aims at reviewing what will be […]
The Journal of International Criminal Justice Prize for 2011 was awarded to Valentina Spiga for her article on ‘Non-retroactivity of Criminal Law: A New Chapter in the Hissène Habré Saga‘. In this article, Valentina Spiga puts forward a lucid, meticulously researched reading of a single legal twist in the long attempt to hold the former […]