Judicial Creativity at the International Criminal Tribunals. The collection results from a series of seminar that Shane, who is a lecturer at the Irish Centre for Human Rights (and graduate of its LLM and PhD programmes) and Joe (who is completing his PhD at the Irish Centre, who works as a researcher at the Asser Institute in The Hague, and who is managing editor of the Criminal Law Forum) organized over the course of 2009 and 2010.
Among the essays in this volume are:
Mohamed Shahabuddeen: Judicial Creativity and Joint Criminal Enterprise
Gideon Boas: Omission Liability at the International Criminal Tribunals - A Case for Reform
Wayne Jordash & John Coughlan: The Right to be Informed of the Nature and Cause of the Charges: A Potentially Formidable Jurisprudential Legacy
Göran Sluiter: Procedural Lawmaking at the International Criminal Tribunals
Hakan Friman: Trying Cases at the International Criminal Tribunals in the Absence of the Accused?
Fidelma Donlon: The Role of the Judges in the Definition and Implementation of the Completion Strategies of the International Criminal Tribunals
Fabián Raimondo: General Principles of Law, Judicial Creativity and the Development of International Criminal Law
L.J. van den Herik: Using Custom to Reconceptualize Crimes Against Humanity
Niamh Hayes: Creating a Definition of Rape in International Law: the Contribution of the International Criminal Tribunals
Robert Cryer: The ad hoc Tribunals and the Law of Command Responsibility: A Quiet Earthquake
Caroline Fournet: The Judicial Development of the Law of Defences by the International Criminal Tribunals
Gillian Higgins: The Development of the Right to Self Representation before the International Criminal Tribunals
Congratulations to Shane and Joe on this important contribution and fine achievement.