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‘The different sets of ideas at the back of our heads’: Dissent and authority at the International Court of Justice (2019)
Journal Article

© 2019 Foundation of the Leiden Journal of International Law. Additional opinions (AOs) - dissenting opinions, separate opinions and declarations, whether authored individually or jointly - are a distinctive characteristic of the ICJ's jurisprudence.... Read More about ‘The different sets of ideas at the back of our heads’: Dissent and authority at the International Court of Justice.

The significance of institutional culture in enhancing the validity of international criminal tribunals (2017)
Journal Article

When considering the validity of international criminal tribunals, focus is typically and appropriately upon areas of substantive law and procedure and questions of prosecutorial policy. However, to the extent that it is within the capacity of judges... Read More about The significance of institutional culture in enhancing the validity of international criminal tribunals.