Exploding the myths – ‘Special Tribunal for Lebanon: Law and Practice’. Launched by Doughty Street Chambers at The Hague Institute for Global Justice – June 2014
A beguiling exploration into the world’s only court without people in it. What is the Special Tribunal for Lebanon doing in The Hague – an In Absentia Court, without any suspects in the dock, trying war crimes in Lebanon? This intriguing book combines a myriad of contributions from academics, lawyers and political figures, including Amal Alamuddin, John Jones QC and Dov Jacobs. It does a great job in dispelling the myths & bringing the reader face to face with the raison d’etre of this controversial court.
John Jones QC:
Dov Jacobs’ website
Doughty Street Chambers website
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