Dr Caleb H Wheeler is a Lecturer in Law at Middlesex University. He holds a BA in History from Kenyon College (1996-2000), a JD from Villanova University (2004-2007), a LLM from Utrecht University (2010-2011) and a PhD from Middlesex University (2015-2018). Dr Wheeler's research is in international human rights law and international criminal law with a particular focus on international criminal trials and their participants. His first book, The Right to be Present At Trial In International Criminal Law was published in October 2018 (Brill).
Learning & Teaching Interests
Dr Wheeler teaches the Law of Contract (LLB), Legal Method (LLB), Legal Research Skills (LLM) and Dissertation (LLM).
Wheeler, Caleb H. (2019) Human rights enforcement at the borders: International Criminal Court jurisdiction over the Rohingya situation. Journal of International Criminal Justice . ISSN 1478-1387 (Published online first)
Wheeler, Caleb H. (2019) Marco Longobardo, The Use of Armed Force in Occupied Territory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018, 342 pp. ISBN: 9781108473415 (hardback) [Book Review]. Journal of Conflict and Security Law . pp. 1-3. ISSN 1467-7954 (Published online first)
Wheeler, Caleb H. (2019) Justice in the absence of the accused: can the rights of victims be fully vindicated without the participation of the accused? Journal of International Criminal Justice, 17 (2). pp. 413-430. ISSN 1478-1387
Wheeler, Caleb H. (2019) Unquestioned testimony: How the diminution of live testimony threatens the accused’s right to be present during international criminal trials. Cornell International Law Journal, 52 . ISSN 0010-8812 (Accepted/In press)