Maria Laura Ferioli investigates International Criminal Court (ICC) law and practice in relation to cooperation with states and international organisations. She investigates the impact on defendants’ rights in the light of the unique structural limitations and constraints the ICC is bound to. Ferioli asks whether the unique structure of the Court influences shapes cooperation with states and international organisations, and whether the law and practice of cooperation reduce the rights of the defendants before the Court?
M.L. Ferioli: The Impact of Cooperation on the Rights of Defendants before the International Criminal Court.
Prof. G.K. Sluiter
Prof. M. Caianiello (University of Bologna)
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