Dr. Robert Heinsch

Programme Director & Associate Professor of Public International Law

International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, Public International Law, Sources of Public International Law

 


Scholarly

Professional

  • Heinsch R.W. (2015), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals; 290-302.
    annotation
  • Heinsch R.W. & Fontein T. (2015), THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 2014; 387-426.
    annotation
  • Heinsch R.W. & Fontein T (2014), THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 2014; 433-492.
    annotation
  • Heinsch R.W. & Schoeberl K. (2014), HuV-I 2014,3.
    annotation
  • Heinsch R.W. (2012), Lieber Code. In: Hufford L., Pugliese E. (Eds.) War Crimes: An Historical Encyclopedia, from 1850 to the present.. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
    book chapter
  • Heinsch R.W., Hollos & R. (2012), The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2012; 389-448.
    annotation
  • Heinsch R.W. (2010), Legal Maxims: Summaries and Extracts from selected case law of the International Criminal Court. In: Capaldo G. (Ed.) The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2009. New York: Oxford University Press. 385-407.
    book chapter
  • Heinsch R.W. & Schnegg  A. (2010), The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2010; 469-509.
    annotation
  • Heinsch R.W. (2009), How to achieve fair and expeditious trial proceedings before the ICC: Is it time for a more judge-dominated approach?. In: Stahn C., Sluiter G. (Eds.) The Emerging Practice of the ICC: The Court at Five Years. Leiden; Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. 479-500.
    book chapter
  • Heinsch R.W. (2009), The International Committee of the Red Cross in Today’s International and Non-International Armed Conflicts. In: Giegerich Th. (Ed.) A Wiser Century? – Judicial Dispute Settlement, Disarmament and the Laws of War 100 Years after the Second Hague Peace Conference. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot. 393-416.
    book chapter

Other output

  • Gill, T.D., Geiß, R., Heinsch, R., McCormack, T., Paulussen, C., Dorsey & J. (Eds.) (2014), Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 2012 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law no. 15. The Hague: Asser Press (Springer).
    editorship of book
  • Heinsch R.W. (2004), [Review of: Hegemony or Stability: Alternatives to the Militarisation of Politics after September 11] Humanitäres Völkerrecht – Informationsschriften 17: 125-127.
    book review

Prof. Helen Duffy

Gieskes Professor of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights

International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights Law, Counter-Terrorism

 


Scholarly


Prof. Horst Fischer

Professor of International Humanitarian Law

International Humanitarian Law, Public International Law, Humanitarian Assistance

 

Scholarly

  • Fischer H. (1998), Auswirkungen des Zukunftsprogramms auf die Arbeid der Konventionesbeauftragen, Humanitäres Völkerrecht – Informationsschriften 11: 54-59.
    article in journal

Professional

  • Fischer H. (1998), The International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Lessons Learned, Relief and Rehabilitation Network Newsletter: 5-9.
    article in journal

Popular

  • Fischer H. (1998), Some Aspects of German State Practice Concerning International Humanitarian Law, Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law: 234-248.
    article in magazine/newspaper
  • Fischer H. (1998), International Law and Humanitarian Assistence. In: Fischer H., Oraa J. (Eds.) International Law and Humanitarian Assistance. Brussel: European Communities. 1-145.
    book chapter
  • Fischer H. (1998), Introduction. In: Fischer H., Altman J., Graaf H. van der (Eds.) Sensors for Peace. Genève: United Nations Publication. 1-5.
    book chapter
  • Fischer H. (1998), Conclusions and Recommendations. In: Fischer H., Altmann J., Graaf H. van der (Eds.) Sensors for Peace. 219-224.
    book chapter

Dr. Giulia Pinzauti

Assistant Professor of Public International Law & Senior Supervisor

International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, International Dispute Settlement 

 

Scholarly

  • Pinzauti G. (2017, forthcoming), Principle 22. Nature of restrictive measures; Principle 23. Restrictions on Prescription. In: Gaeta P., Haldemann F., & Unger T. (Eds.) The United Nations Principles to Combat Impunity: A Commentary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    book chapters
  • Baig L., Jarvis M., Martin Salgado E. & Pinzauti G. (2016), Contextualizing Sexual Violence: Selection of Crimes. In: Brammertz S., Jarvis M. (Eds.) Prosecutig Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the ICTY. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 291-367.
    book chapter
  • Goy B., Jarvis M., Pinzauti G. (2016), Contextualizing Sexual Violence and Linking It to Senior Officials: Modes of Liability. In: Brammertz S., Jarvis M. (Eds.) Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the ICTY. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 368-435.
    book chapter
  • Pinzauti G. (2015), Human Dignity Trumps Compliance with the ICJ? Reflections on Judgment 238/2014 of the Italian Constitutional Court. In: Cançado Trindade A.A, Barros Leal C. (Eds.) The Respect for Human Dignity. IV Brazilian Interdisciplinary Course on Human Rights. 157-179.
    book chapter
  • Pinzauti G. (2014), It Takes Two to Tango: States’ Conferral of Powers on International Organizations and Its Implications for the Responsibility of the Organization and Its Members. In: Sarooshi D. (Ed.) Mesures de réparation et responsabilité à raison des actes des organisations internationales / Remedies and Responsibility for the Actions of International Organizations (Académie de droit international de la Haye / Hague Academy of International Law. 113-146.
    book chapter
  • Pinzauti G. (2012), Good Time for A Change: Recognizing Individuals’ Rights under The Rules of IHL on The Conduct of Hostilities. In: Cassese A. (Ed.) Realizing Utopia: The Future of International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 571-582.
    book chapter
  • Pinzauti G. (2011), Adjudicating Human Rights Violations Committed by Private Contractors in Conflict Situations before the European Court of Human Rights. In: Franciono F., Ronzitti N. (Eds.) War by Contract. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 149-170.
    book chapter
  • Pinzauti G. (2010), Protecting Prisoners of War: The Mrkšić et al. Appeal Judgment, Journal of International Criminal Justice 8: 199-219.
    article in journal
  • Pinzauti G. (2009), Bonini; Cappellini; Caroelli; Engel; Guatemalan Generals; Hans; Kottsiepen; Kunarac; Mitterstieler; Scilingo; Seifert. In: Cassese A. et al. (Eds.) The Oxford Companion to International Criminal Justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    book chapters
  • Pinzauti G. (2008), The European Court of Human Rights’ Incidental Application of International Criminal Law and Humanitarian Law. A Critical discussion of Kononov v. Latvia, Journal of International Criminal Justice 6: 1043-1060.
    article in journal
  • Pinzauti G. (2007), The Blackwater Scandal: Legal Black Hole or Unwillingness to Prosecute?, The Italian Yearbook of International Law XVII: 125-142.
    article in journal
  • Pinzauti G. (2006), La Corte suprema di Israele ritorna sulla questione del “muro”: il caso Alfei Menashe, Rivista di diritto internazionale 89: 105-119.
    article in journal
  • Pinzauti G. (2005), Problemi di diritto penale e di diritto internazionale dinanzi all’Audiencia nacional nel caso Scilingo, Rivista di diritto internazionale 88: 738-761.
    article in journal
  • Pinzauti G. (2005), An Instance of Reasonable Universality. The Scilingo Case, Journal of International Criminal Justice 3: 1092-1105.
    article in journal
  • Pinzauti G. (2005), Aspetti problematici della legittimità del “muro” in Palestina: il Caso Beit Sourik, Rivista di diritto internazionale 88: 441-463.
    article in journal

Other output

  • Pinzauti G., Savadogo H. (2016, forthcoming), Topic 4: Article 38 of the ICJ Statute and Applicable Law, Outcome Paper of the Seminar of The International Court of Justice at 70: In Retrospect and in Prospect, Journal of International Dispute Settlement 7.

Dr. Helen Beckmann-Hamzei

Lecturer of Public International Law

International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law

 


Scholarly


Dr. Emilie Kuijt

Lecturer of Public International Law

International Humanitarian Law, Humanitarian Assistance

 

Scholarly


Ms. Yudan Tan, LL.M.

PhD Fellow

International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, Public International Law, Sources of Public International Law

 

Scholarly

  • Tan Y. (2016), The Identification of Customary Rules of International Criminal Law, European Society of International Law,  ESIL SSRN Paper Series (Peer Review, accepted)
    article

Other output