Carola Lingaas

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Background

Carola Lingaas defended her PhD thesis on 'The Concept of Race in International Criminal Law' in November 2017. The academic evaluation committee consisted of Prof. Caroline Fournet, Prof. Alette Smeulers, and Prof. Peter Scharff Smith.

Prior to taking up her position as a doctoral research fellow in July 2013, Carola worked for the Red Cross in different positions (coordinator for the prison visiting service and for IHL at the Oslo Red Cross (2006-2012), senior advisor for prison visiting service and program coordinator for Asia at the Norwegian Red Cross (2012-2013).

Carola Lingaas earned her lic.iur. (master's degree) from the University of Zürich (Switzerland) in 1999 and completed an LL.M. in Public International Law at the University of Oslo in 2005.

From 1999-2002, Carola worked for the Public Prosecutor's Office, the District Court and a law firm in Zürich (Switzerland), before joining the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in 2002. From 2002-2003, Carola worked as a field delegate in South Sudan.

Academic Interests

Carola Lingaas' research deals with the crimes of genocide, apartheid, and persecution and takes an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing race.

Teaching

Carola teaches the course in public international law (kurs i folkerett, JUS2111, bachelor level), international criminal law (JUS5570, master level), international humanitarian Law (JUS5730, TULSA) and public international law (JUS5540, TULSA). She also supervises master theses.

From 2006-2011, Carola held a yearly lecture in International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and Public International Law at the National Emergency Planning College (NUSB), Norway.

Emneord: internasjonal strafferett, Folkerett, Internasjonal Humanitærrett    

Tags: public international law, human rights law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law

Publications

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  • Lingaas, Carola (2018). Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Law of Genocide, In Joanna Nicholson (ed.),  Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004343771.  Chapter 6.  s 126 - 151
  • Lingaas, Carola (2018). Judicial recognition of the identity-based nature of genocide.
  • Lingaas, Carola & Smeulers, Alette (2018). 'Race': Relic or Useful Concept?.
  • Kolsrud, Kjetil & Lingaas, Carola (2017, 22. november). Nå stenger krigstribunalet for Jugoslavia dørene. [Internett].  Rett24.no.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2017). 'In the Eyes of the Perpetrator': Pushing the Boundaries of the Crime of Genocide..
  • Lingaas, Carola (2017). The Concept of Race in International Criminal Law. Doktoravhandlinger forsvart ved Det juridiske fakultet, Universitetet i Oslo. 111.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2016). Defining the Protected Groups of Genocide Through the Case Law of International Courts.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2016). In the eyes of the perpetrator: the perpetrator-based approach in defining the victim groups of genocide.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2015). Defining the Protected Groups of Genocide Through the Case Law of International Courts. Show summary
  • Lingaas, Carola (2015). Imagined Identities - Defining the Racial Group in the Crime of Genocide.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2015). Imagined Identities - Race as a Protected Group in International Criminal Law.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2015). Imagined Identities: Race as Protected Group in International Criminal Law.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2015). In the eyes of the perpetrator: the perpetrator-based approach in defining the victim groups of genocide.
  • Lingaas, Carola (2014). Apartheid is dead - long live apartheid. The crime against humanity of apartheid in a post-apartheid world..

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Published July 1, 2013 10:27 AM - Last modified Jan. 22, 2018 2:58 PM