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International Criminal Law as Global Law: An Assessment of the Hybrid Tribunals

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Mathias Holvoet ,

PhD-Candidate, Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Member Research Group ‘Fundamental Rights and Constitutionalism’ (FRC); Senior Analyst, Global Justice Section, Global Governance Institute (GGI)
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Paul de Hert

Professor of Law and Technology, Tilburg Institute for Law and Technology (TILT), Faculty of Law and Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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Abstract

This contribution will focus on the facet of International Criminal Justice where the influence of global law is the most apparent, namely the hybrid or internationalized criminal tribunals. Since many of these tribunals have closed their doors or are in the advanced stage of the proceedings, the time is ripe for a preliminary evaluation. Furthermore, the future necessity and viability of hybrid tribunals will be assessed, both for crimes that fall within and without the jurisdictional regime established by the International Criminal Court (ICC).
How to Cite: Holvoet M and de Hert P, ‘International Criminal Law as Global Law: An Assessment of the Hybrid Tribunals’ (2012) 17 Tilburg Law Review 228 DOI: http://doi.org/10.1163/22112596-01702011
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Published on 01 Jan 2012.
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