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Published: 22 July 2021 (Estimated)

576 Pages

235x156mm

ISBN: 9780199941476


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A new practitioner law publication

International Criminal Jurisdiction

Whose Law Must We Obey?

Kenneth Gallant

  • Intended for anyone conducting research into how domestic and international regimes create and enforce rules for personal and subject matter jurisdiction in transnational or international criminal cases
  • Attorneys can construct challenges to a foreign court's exercise of jurisdiction over corporate executives in white collar criminal cases
  • Legal scholars who want to critique foreign domestic courts for defying suppression treaties can find information on how and why those courts are doing so
  • Law students writing 2L notes or 3L journal articles can find distinctions between international criminal tribunals and domestic courts in the exercise of personal jurisdiction over government officials
  • A thorough guide to jurisdictional questions that arise when criminal acts or criminals cross borders

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