C219-20, Middlesex University London, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT
Featuring commentary from speaker Dr Mark S. Ellis, Executive Director, International Bar Association, London.
- A lively and engaging account of the attempted prosecution of Kaiser Wilhelm II after the First World War, relevant to those interested in history as well as the law
- Explores the origins of international criminal justice, shedding light on contemporary developments in international prosecutions, such as the establishment of the International Criminal Court
- Draws on numerous primary sources hitherto unexamined in published work, including transcripts which illuminate this period of international law making
- An authoritative work from an expert in the field: Schabas has authored more than twenty books in the fields of human rights and international criminal law
17:00 Tea on 2nd Floor Mezzanine, College Building
17:30 Brief talk in Room C219-20, College Building followed by light buffet on 2nd Floor Mezzanine