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 in International Criminal Law will be 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. (2018) Justice in the absence of the accused: can the rights of victims be fully vindicated without the participation of the accused? In: Pluricourts Conference on Ensuring and Balancing the Rights of Defendants and Victims at International and Hybrid Criminal Courts, 30-31 Aug 2018, University of Oslo.
Wheeler, Caleb H. (2018) Prosecuting individuals for the crimes of the group: whether the International Criminal Court should expand criminal liability to corporations and organisations. In: Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI) 2018 Annual Conference, 07-08 Sept 2018, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.