Rodney Dixon, co-author of Archbold International Criminal Courts (Sweet & Maxwell)
15 February 2010
Rodney Dixon, co-author of Archbold International Criminal Courts (Sweet & Maxwell) has just published the new edition of the work. It provides the most up to date and comprehensive overview of the procedure and practice of all international criminal courts. The new edition covers the case law of the permanent International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, the ad hoc International Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, and the full range of internationalised and hybrid courts including those in Sierra Leone, Cambodia and Lebanon. This is a rapidly expanding and challenging field of law. The new Archbold International is the leading text for practitioners, Governments, the armed forces, international organisations and academics. The jurisprudence and workings of these courts are also becoming increasingly relevant to proceedings before UK courts, making the book an invaluable resource for all those with an interest in public, criminal and human rights law. Rodney Dixon regularly appears before international criminal courts and tribunals acting on behalf of political leaders, military commanders, Governments, NGOs and victims. He also advises in respect of matters before all international courts and in cases concerning war crimes, torture and human rights violations before UK and other national courts.