Visiting Professor Charles Chernor Jalloh has just published The Sierra Leone Special Court and Its Legacy: The Impact for Africa and International Criminal Law with Cambridge University Press. The edited book, which contains 36 chapters from leading international criminal law scholars and practitioners, is the first comprehensive evaluation of its kind. The volume received several favorable advance reviews from leaders in the field, including descriptions of the book as an “authoritative reference on the Special Court for Sierra Leone,”  “an enormous contribution to international criminal law,” a “remarkable volume,” “a vade mecum for all who work for global justice,” and “a path-breaking work that sets a new benchmark for future assessments of the contributions of these courts.” Read the Foreword, Introduction, Table of Contents, and Biographies of the editor and contributing authors here.

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