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‘A Practical Guide to International Crimes in Proceedings Before the Courts of England and Wales’ by Kathryn Howarth, with a foreword written by Karim A A Khan KC, has been published today. It is the first significant work to examine the applicable law and practice in relation to the prosecution of international crimes in England and Wales and includes analysis of the developing case law in this area, including from the UK Supreme Court.
It includes chapters on war crimes, torture, crimes against humanity and genocide, as well as chapters in relation to a range of practical issues that may arise in the litigation of international crimes before domestic courts in this jurisdiction. The book will be useful to a range of individuals and organisations with an interest in contributing to the referral, investigation, or prosecution of cases involving international crimes in the courts of England and Wales, as well as those prosecuting, defending and adjudicating in such cases. It will also be a valuable tool for practitioners in areas including extradition and immigration.
It is available to buy from the publishers’ website:
http://www.lawbriefpublishing.com/product/internationalcrimes/ as well as on Amazon.View External Link