Juan Pablo Pérez León Acevedo

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Dr. Perez-Leon-Acevedo is a Post-doctoral research fellow at PluriCourts, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo where he also lectures international law courses. 

Areas of expertise: International criminal law, international human rights law, public international law, international humanitarian law, comparative law, criminal law, constitutional law, international courts, international organizations, rights of victims, reparations, transitional justice.      

I. Education

January 2012-April 2014: Doctor in public international law. Åbo Akademi University, Department of Law/Institute for Human Rights, Åbo, Finland. Research funded (salary). Thesis: ‘Victims’ Status at International and Hybrid Criminal Courts: Victims as Witnesses, Victim Participants/Civil Parties and Reparations Claimants’. Summa Cum Laudem.  

August 2010-May 2011: Master of Laws (LLM) (Degree date: 18 May 2011). Columbia University, Law School, New York, USA. Courses on international law, international and comparative criminal law, international human rights law, transitional justice, United Nations, international humanitarian law, and comparative law. Graduated with high honours.  

August 1999-December 2004: Studies at the Faculty of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.

Title of lawyer (September 29, 2006) via thesis (Spanish): ‘International individual responsibility for international crimes, with emphasis on war crimes’ (Summa Cum Laudem (Outstanding) the highest grade given to these theses). Bachelor in Laws (degree conferred in March 2005), graduated with the highest honors, 1st place class 2004, one of the highest GPAs in the history of the Law School (18.24/20), and valedictorian.

II. Previous positions (summary)

Dr. Perez-Leon-Acevedo has occupied diverse academic positions and/or conducted research stays at, inter alia, Åbo Akademi University (Finland), University of Pretoria, University of Oxford, University of Luxembourg, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, and Catholic University of Peru. He also served in different capacities at, inter alia, the International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, United Nations, International Tribunal for the Law of Sea, Peruvian state agencies, and international and national human rights NGOs.    

III. Publications  

1. Books and Reports

1.1. Books

• (co-editor) Defendants and Victims in International Criminal Justice: Ensuring and balancing their rights, Abingdon/NYC: Routledge (expected publication in 2019 or 2020) (English). 

International Criminal Law Jurisprudence: Introductory Study, Systematization and Translation, Lima: ARA Publishers, 2019 (forthcoming) (Spanish).

• (co-author): How to Write a Thesis on International Studies?, Lima: Diplomatic Academy of Peru, 2019 (forthcoming) (Spanish).

Victims’ Status at International and Hybrid Criminal Courts: Victims as Witnesses, Victim Participants/Civil Parties and Reparations Claimants, Abo/Turku: Abo Akademi University Press, 2014, 907 pages (English). On-line version available at: https://www.doria.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/95860/perez_juan.pdf?sequence=2

War crimes as serious violations of international humanitarian law, Lima: NGO National Human Rights Coordinator, 2010 (Spanish). 

• (Author of introduction and editor): The Judgment against Fujimori for Human Rights Violations, Lima: National Human Rights Coordinator, 2009 (Spanish). 

International individual responsibility for war crimes, Lima: ARA Publishers, 2008, 651 pages (Spanish).

 

1.2. Reports

Trafficking of children under international law. Jurisprudential analysis. Lima: Save the Children/NGO National Human Rights Coordinator, 2010 (Spanish).

Manta and Vilca case. Sexual violence crimes committed during Peru’s internal armed conflict. Lima: National Human Rights Coordinator, 2009 (Spanish).

 

2. Book chapters

• (co-author) ‘Defendants and Victims in International Criminal Justice: An Introduction’ in Juan Pablo Perez-Leon-Acevedo and Joanna Nicholson, Defendants and Victims in International Criminal Justice: Ensuring and balancing their rights, Abingdon/NYC: Routledge (expected publication in 2019 or 2020) (English). 

• (co-author) ‘Concluding Remarks’ in Juan Pablo Perez-Leon-Acevedo and Joanna Nicholson, Defendants and Victims in International Criminal Justice: Ensuring and balancing their rights, Abingdon/NYC: Routledge (expected publication in 2019 or 2020) (English).   

• (co-author) ‘The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Criminal Court (ICC) and a General International Law of Compensation’ in Veronika Fikfa (ed.), Rethinking reparations in international law (Publishing house and final title of the book to be confirmed; expected publication in 2019 or 2020).

• ‘Engaging International Criminal Procedure with Domestic Legal Traditions’ in Stephan Schill and Michail Risvas (eds.), Engaging with Domestic Law in International Adjudication Factfinding or Transnational Law-Making? (Publishing house and final title of the book to be confirmed; expected publication in 2020).

• ‘Reparation Principles at the International Criminal Court’ in Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Mads Andenas, Attila Tanzi, and Jan Wouters (eds.) General Principles of Law and the Coherence of International Law, Leiden: Brill, 2019, 328-351 (English).

• ‘UN-backed Hybrid Criminal Tribunals: Viable Options in International Criminal Justice?’ in Ulrich Sieber and Nandor Knust (eds.) Beyond National Sovereignty - New approaches to International and Transnational Law Enforcement, Abingdon: Routledge, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).   

• ‘Other Reparatory Remedies’ in Mads Andenas and Eirik Bjørge (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of UN Human Rights Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).   

• ‘International Criminal Courts’ in Mads Andenas and Eirik Bjørge (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of UN Human Rights Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019 (forthcoming) (English). 

• ‘Human Rights at the Reparation System of the International Criminal Court’ in Martin Scheinin (ed.) Human Rights at Non-Human Rights Courts, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).

• ‘The Extraordinary African Chambers and Development of International Criminal Law in Africa’ in Jeremy Sarkin (ed.) Africa’s Role and Contribution to International Criminal Justice, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).

• ‘Anonymity for Victims in Terrorism Cases at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon’ Security and Human Rights in International Criminal Justice’ in Liora Lazarus and Ben Goodman (eds.) Security and Human Rights, 2nd edition, Hart Publishers, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).   

• ‘The Contribution of Female Judges to the Victim Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Court (ICC)’ in Freya Baetens (ed.) Identity and Diversity on the International Bench, Oxford University Press, 2019 (expected publication in 2019 or 2020) (English).

• ‘Judicial Legal Culture and Victim Procedural Status at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) and Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC)’ in Freya Baetens (ed.) Identity and Diversity on the International Bench, Oxford University Press, 2019 (expected publication in 2019 or 2020) (English).

• ‘Judicial Protective Measures for Victims and Witnesses vis-à-vis External Actors at the International Criminal Court’ in Viviane Dittrich and Alenxander Heinze (eds.), The Past, Present and Future of the International Criminal Court, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).

• (Co-Author) ‘Early release/pardons on grounds of age or infirmity’ in Lavinia Stan and Nadya Nedelsky (eds.) Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).  

• ‘The Social Rights Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Tribunal of Peru: Progress and Challenges’ in Malcolm Langford (ed.), Social Rights Jurisprudence Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law, 2nd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).

• ‘Rules 20-22 of the International Criminal Court Rules of Procedure and Evidence’, in Mark Klamberg (ed.), Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2019 (forthcoming) (English). On-line version available at: 

https://www.casematrixnetwork.org/cmn-knowledge-hub/icc-commentary-clicc/commentary-rules-of-procedure-and-evidence/commentary-rpe-ch-2.html#c4752

• ‘Rules 100-103 of the International Criminal Court Rules of Procedure and Evidence’, in Mark Klamberg (ed.), Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2019 (forthcoming) (English).  On-line version available at:

https://www.casematrixnetwork.org/cmn-knowledge-hub/icc-commentary-clicc/commentary-rules-of-procedure-and-evidence/commentary-rpe-ch-4.html#c10306

• ‘The Experience of the Åbo Akademi University International Human Rights Law Clinic (Finland)’ in Lamin Khadar and Alberto Alemanno (eds.), Reinventing Legal Education - How Clinical Education is reforming law teaching and practice in Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018, pp. 272-291 (English). 

• (Co-author) ‘Article 67 (Rights of the Accused) of the International Criminal Court Statute’, in Mark Klamberg (ed.), Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2017, pp. 484-513 (English). 

• (Co-author) ‘Article 55 (Rights of persons during an investigation) of the International Criminal Court Statute’, in Mark Klamberg (ed.), Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2017, pp. 410-416 (English).

• ‘State Cooperation with the International Criminal Court’, in: Luis Reyna (ed.), Commentaries on the Peruvian Criminal Procedural Code, Lima: ARA Publishers, 2009 (Spanish).

• ‘Criminalizing violations of the laws of war on protection of civilians. Cases of acts of terrorism”, in Rafael Prieto (ed.) Conduct of Hostilities and International Humanitarian Law, Bogota: Pontifical Javeriana University, 2007, pp. 467-496 (Spanish).

 

3. Articles published in academic journals and law reviews

• ‘Assessing Victim Participation during Sentencing at the International Criminal Court’ (2019) Journal of International Criminal Justice (forthcoming) (English). 

• (Co-Author) ‘Enforcing Freedom of Religion or Belief in Cases Involving Attacks against Buildings Dedicated to Religion: The Al Mahdi Case at the International Criminal Court’ (2019) 35 Berkeley Journal of International Law (forthcoming) (English).

• (Co-Author) ‘The Presidential Pardon of Fujimori: Political Struggles in Peru and the Subsidiary Role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ (2019) 13 International Journal of Transitional Justice (forthcoming) (English). Already published as an advanced article at: https://academic.oup.com/ijtj/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/ijtj/ijz010/5475773?redirectedFrom=fulltext     

• ‘Victims and Reparations in International Criminal Justice: African Initiatives’ (2019) Nordic Journal of International Law (forthcoming) (English). 

• ‘Reparations for Victims of Mass Atrocities: Actual and Potential Contributions of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to the International Criminal Court’ (2019) Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence-2018 (forthcoming) (English).

•  ‘Sentencing Factors Concerning Those Most Responsible for International Crimes in Peru: An Analysis vis-à-vis International Criminal Court Law Sources’ (2019) 19 International Criminal Law Review 95-126 (English). 

• ‘International Human Rights Law in the Reparation Practice of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia’ (2018) Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence-2017 213-241 (English).

• ‘The Katanga Reparation Order at the International Criminal Court: Developing the Emerging Reparation Practice of the Court’ (2018) 36 Nordic Journal of Human Rights 91-102 (English).

• ‘Why Retain Membership of the International Criminal Court? Victim-oriented Considerations’ (2018) 15 International Organizations Law Review 364-387 (English).

• ‘The Challenging Prosecution of Unlawful Attacks as War Crimes at International Criminal Tribunals’ (2018) 26 Michigan State International Law Review 407-444 (English). On-line version available at:

https://digitalcommons.law.msu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1241&context=ilr  

• ‘Victims at the Prospective International Criminal Law Section of the African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples’ Rights’ (2017) 17 International Criminal Law Review 453-485 (English).

• ‘International Criminal Justice Rendered Concerning the Attack Against Timbuktu Mausoleums and Mosque: Focus on Religion-related Considerations’ (2017) 5 Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 180-186 (English).

• ‘Stopping mass atrocities in Africa and the Pretoria Principles: Triggering military intervention in Darfur (Sudan) and Libya under article 4(h) of the Constitutive Act of the African Union’ (2016) 16 African Human Rights Law Journal 476-504 (English). On-line version available at:

http://www.ahrlj.up.ac.za/index.php/perez-leon-acevedo-j-p

• ‘Terrorism at Sea as a Manifestation of International Terrorism and Prosecutorial Mechanisms’ (2016) X Brazilian Yearbook of International Law 136-164 (English). On-line version available at: 

http://www.cedin.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/ANAIS-34%C2%BA-ENCONTRO-ANUAL-HELENA-ANTIPOFF-ARTIGO-5-volume-2.pdf

‘The close relationship between serious human rights violations and crimes against humanity: International criminalization of serious abuses’ (2017) XVII Mexican Yearbook of International Law 145-186 (English). On-line version available at:

https://revistas.juridicas.unam.mx/index.php/derecho-internacional/article/view/11034/13060

• (Co-author) ‘Victims of serious human rights violations/international crimes and transitional justice mechanisms’ (2016) 47 Law and Society Journal 145-156 (Spanish).

‘Realizing the Right to Health for Victims of International Crimes. The Case of Medical Rehabilitation Reparations Ordered by International Courts: Challenges, Possibilities and Ways of Improvement’ (2015) 3 Groningen Journal of International Law 17-48 (English). On-line version available at:

https://ugp.rug.nl/GROJIL/article/view/31108/28415

‘Challenges in the Prosecution of Senior Leaders at International Criminal Justice Institutions’, (2015) 11 Ius Inter Gentes 75-83 (English).

• ‘The inconvenience of the reasonable person standard in criminal law’ (2014) 73 Law PUCP-Pontifical Catholic University of Peru Law School 505-509 (English). On-line version available at:

http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/derechopucp/article/viewFile/11317/11826

• ‘Prosecuting State and Non-State Senior Leaders for International Crimes. International Rule of Law in Action at the Peruvian Courts’ (2010) 8 International Journal of Civil Society Law 8-40 (English).

• ‘The role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights dealing with armed conflicts and post-conflict reconstruction. Jurisprudential analysis and some comparative considerations’, (2009) 7 International Journal of Civil Society Law 7-21 (English).

• (co-author) ‘Smoke Screens–A Survey of the Evolving Trends in Amnesty Laws in Africa y Latin America’, (2008) 2 Malawi Journal of Law 115-134 (English).

• ‘Reparations in International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law” (2008) 23 American University International Law Review 7-49. (Spanish).

• ‘The individual as an international law subject’ (2008) 8 Mexican Yearbook of International Law 599-642. (Spanish).

‘International crimes. An approach to its notion and characteristics under international law perspectives’ (2008) 137 Peruvian Journal of International Law 165-197 (Spanish).

‘Enforced disappearance of persons in contemporary international law’ (2007) 23 Spanish Yearbook of International Law 355-387 (Spanish).

‘War crimes committed in a non-international armed conflict’ (2007) 13 Ius et Praxis, University of Talca, Chile 287-305 (Spanish).

• ‘Diplomatic immunities in international crimes cases’ (2007) 88 Foreign Policy-Journal of the Peruvian Diplomatic Academy 88-102 (Spanish).

• ‘Criteria on attribution of an international wrongdoing to a State. Focus on international human rights law and international humanitarian law violations’ (2007) 3 Legal Studies. Catholic University of Uruguay 249-283 (Spanish).

• ‘Command responsibility sensu stricto in international law’ (2007) 10 International Law, Pontifical Javeriana University 153-198. (Spanish).

• ‘Crimes against humanity. Focus on the duress defense’ (2007) 17 Advocatus-University of Lima 291-310 (Spanish).

• ‘International law mechanisms facing international terrorism’ (2007) 134 Peruvian Journal of International Law 120-159. (Spanish).

• (Co-author) ‘Re-thinking the jurisdiction ratione loci in international law. The extra-territorial application of international human rights treaties’ (2007) 4 Ius et Veritas. Journal of Law 277-291. (Spanish).

• ‘Universal jurisdiction over genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes’ (2007) 4 Ius Inter Gentes. Journal of International Law 82-94. (Spanish).

• ‘Responsibility of the subordinate and the superior orders defense in war crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court’ (2007) 24 International Agenda. Journal of International Law. Institute of International Studies (IDEI) of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru 371-407 (Spanish).

• ‘Non-application of amnesties for war crimes committed in a non-international armed conflict’ (2007) 13 Cathedra. National University Saint Mark Journal of Law (Spanish).

• ‘Serious human rights violations as crimes against humanity’ (2008) 1 Journal of the Regional Observatory on International Criminal Court and International Criminal Law, Andean Commission of Jurists (Spanish).

‘Blending the adversarial and inquisitorial systems in the International Criminal Court process as a manifestation of the procedural international criminal law of the XXI Century’ (2007) 1 Journal of the LLM in Procedural Law, Catholic University of Peru (Spanish).

• ‘Crime of aggression. International law approaches’ (2006) 26 Law and Society 295-302 (Spanish).

• ‘Notes on international individual responsibility’ (2005) 2 Ius Inter Gentes 85-90 (Spanish).

 

4. Reports, book reviews and others published in peer-reviewed academic journals and other academic platforms

• (Co-Author) Foreword to Symposium on the Rights of the Defendants and Victims (2019) Journal of International Criminal Justice (forthcoming) (English).   

• (lectio) ‘Victims’ Status at International and Hybrid Criminal Courts: Victims as Witnesses, Victim Participants/Civil Parties and Reparations Claimants’ (2018) 26 Finnish Yearbook of International Law 371-378 (English).

• (Book review) Cecilia Bailliet and Nobuo Hayashi (eds.) The Legitimacy of International Criminal Tribunals (Cambridge University Press 2017) (2017) 35 Nordic Journal of Human Rights (English).

• ‘International humanitarian law report on Peru-2015’ (2016) 18 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law.(English). Available at:

http://www.asser.nl/media/3303/peru-yihl-18-2015.pdf

• ‘Case report (Judgment TC/0256/14, Constitutional Court, The Dominican Republic, 4 November 2014)’, Oxford International Law in Domestic Courts Collection, November 2016 (English).

• (Co-Author) ‘Crimes against Humanity and Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations’, (2015) 95 Constitutional and Procedural Constitutional Gazette Journal, 2015 78-92 (Spanish).

• ‘Use of force against hostile groups’ (2015) 93 Constitutional and Procedural Constitutional Gazette Journal 73-76. (Spanish). 

• ‘International humanitarian law report on Peru-2011’ (2014) 14 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law-T.M.C Asser Institute, The Hague (English). Available at: http://www.asser.nl/media/1448/peru-yihl-14-2011.pdf

• ‘International humanitarian law report on Peru-2009’ (2010) 12 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law-T.M.C Asser Institute, The Hague 607-623 (English).

• (Author of introduction) ‘The Judgment against Fujimori for Human Rights Violations’, (2010) 25 American University International Law Review 667-684 (English). On-line version available at:

http://digitalcommons.wcl.american.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1003&context=auilr

• (Book review) Jonathan Doak, ‘Victims' Right, Human Rights and Criminal Justice’ (2009) 7 Journal of International Criminal Justice 442-443 (English).

• ‘International humanitarian law report on Peru-2008’ (2009) 11 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law-T.M.C Asser Institute, The Hague 534-549 (English).

• ‘Commentary on the current situation of the International Criminal Court’s cases and decisions’ (2007) 105 Legal Peruvian Review 161-171 (Spanish).

• (Book review) Antonio Cassese, ‘International Criminal Law’, (2008) 25 International Agenda. Journal of International Law. Institute of International Studies (IDEI) of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru 317-318 (Spanish).   

 

5. On-line academic publications and academic blog posts (peer-reviewed):

• ‘The Situation of Reparations in the Inter-American Human Rights System and other International Regimes’ (2016) 20 American Society of International Law Insights (English). Available at: https://www.asil.org/insights/volume/20/issue/15/situation-reparations-inter-american-human-rights-system-analysis-and

• ‘The Emerging Reparations Case-Law of the ICC Appeals Chamber in Comparative Perspective’ European Journal of International Law Blog-EJIL Talk! 12 June 2015 (English). Available at: http://www.ejiltalk.org/the-emerging-reparations-case-law-of-the-icc-appeals-chamber-in-comparative-perspective/

•  ‘The conviction of Hissène Habré by the Extraordinary African Chambers in the Senegalese Courts: Bringing justice in cases of serious human rights violations in Africa’ in ‘AfricLaw’ Blog of the Centre for Human Rights / Institute for Comparative and International Law in Africa at University of Pretoria, 30 June 2016 (English). Available at:

https://africlaw.com/2016/06/30/the-conviction-of-hissene-habre-by-the-extraordinary-chambers-in-the-senegalese-courts-bringing-justice-in-cases-of-serious-human-rights-violations-in-africa/

• ‘Justice for forced sterilization victims: Pending points in Peru’s transitional justice agenda’ in Justice Info Net, Fondation Hirondelle, Harvard University, Oxford University, April 2016 (English). Available at:

http://www.justiceinfo.net/en/component/k2/27046-justice-and-redress-for-forced-sterilization-victims-pending-points-in-peru%E2%80%99s-transitional-justice-agenda.html

French version available at: https://www.justiceinfo.net/fr/justice-reconciliation/27065-justice-et-r%C3%A9parations-pour-les-victimes-de-st%C3%A9rilisation-forc%C3%A9e-questions-en-suspens-dans-le-programme-de-la-justice-transitionnelle-au-p%C3%A9rou.html  

• ‘Peruvian IDPs and the Search for Holistic Transitional Justice’ in London School of Economics Human Rights Blog, 29 June 2016 (English). Available at:

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/humanrights/2016/06/29/peruvian-idps-and-the-search-for-holistic-transitional-justice/

• ‘Investigating Alleged Widespread and/or Systematic Forced Sterilizations in Peru’ Oxford University Human Rights Hub Blog, 10 June 2015 (English). Available at: http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/investigating-alleged-widespread-andor-systematic-forced-sterilizations-in-peru/

• ‘The Impact of Amicus Curiae Submitted by Law School Clinics on International Crimes Cases: The Case against the Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori’, New York Law School Clinical Law Teaching & Practice eJournal, 2015 (English).

Available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2618791

• ‘Reparations for and Prosecution of Serious Human Rights Violations Cases: Two Pending Points in Peru’s Transitional Justice Agenda’, (2010) Oxford Transitional Justice Research, Center for Socio-Legal Studies of Oxford University Working Papers (English). Available at:

https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/oxford-transitional-justice-research/past-debates/transitional-justice-and-0

• ‘International criminal law sources in the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Some Comparative Considerations’, in Centre for Human Rights of Nuremberg, 2008 (English). Available at:

http://www.menschenrechte.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Inter_am_syst_paper.pdf

 

6. Other publications

• ‘International legal standards’ in Guide on Human Trafficking, Lima: NGO IPRODES Legal Team/Embassy of Canada, 2014, pp. 35-84. (Spanish).      

• (Co-author) ‘The incredible trial against Judge Baltazar Garzón’ in International Law and Franquism: Case against Baltazar Garzón Blog, 31 February 2012 (Spanish). Available at: 

http://casogarzon.blogspot.pe/2012/01/colaboracion-ronald-gamarra-herrera.html

• ‘Commentary on the International Court of Justice’s Judgment on the Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide Case (Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Serbia and Montenegro)’ (2007) 10 E-Legal forum. Legal Bulletin (Spanish).

• ‘Commentary on the International Criminal Court’s Decision on Confirmation of Charges on the Prosecutor vs. Thomas Lubanga Dylo case’ (2007) 9 E-Legal forum. Legal Bulletin (Spanish).

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