The overarching concern is why and when an international court (IC) merits criticism and deference of various kinds. Some components under the multidimensional concept of legitimacy are: normative justification, social support, legality, compliance, state consent, as well, as constitutional and public law standards.
- Call for Papers: Political Legal Theory of International Courts and Tribunals 2020 Oct. 8, 2019 4:11 PM
- New postdoctoral fellow: Tommaso Pavone Sep. 11, 2019 3:55 PM
- New guest researcher: Laura Fischer Apr. 24, 2019 1:29 PM
- Legal Reading Group: The International Rule of Law in Light of Legitimacy Claims Dec. 12, 2019 2:00 PM
- Ph.D.-course on the legitimacy of international law and international institutions May 11, 2020 12:00 AM
Reparation Principles at the International Criminal Court
Book chapter by Juan-Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published in General Principles and the Coherence of International Law.
‘Too High’, ‘Too Low’, or ‘Just Fair Enough’?: Finding Legitimacy Through the Accused’s Right to a Fair Trial
Article by Joanna Nicholson, published in Journal of International Criminal Justice.
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