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Integrating a Socio-Legal Approach to Evidence in the International Criminal Tribunals (Part 2)

  • JOHN JACKSON and YASSIN M’ BOGE

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In the last issue a number of articles were published from a symposium held at University College Dublin on integrating a socio-legal approach to evidence in the international criminal tribunals. The articles focused on specific socio-legal projects carried out in the field of evidence within the international criminal context, and on how such research can enrich our understanding of international criminal law and practice. The articles in this issue focus on certain neglected areas of research and on some of the challenges posed by conducting empirical research in this field.

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* Professor of Comparative Criminal Law and Procedure, University of Nottingham [] and Lecturer in Socio-Legal Studies, University of Leicester [] respectively.

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