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Kerstin Carlson

Assistant Professor
Department of Law

Phone: +45 6550 3680
Email: keca@sam.sdu.dk

Selected publications: 

Experiences of War
“Reconciliation Through a Judicial Lens: Competing Legitimation Frameworks in the ICTY's Plavšić and Babić Judgments” Denver Journal of International & Comparative Law Vol 44(2) 2016
“Justice, Accountability and Social Reconstruction: An Interview Study of Bosnian Judges and Prosecutors,” Berkeley Journal of International Law, Spring 2000 (coauthor) 

Human Rights violations
Model(ing) Law: Perfecting the Promise of International Criminal Law (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018)
The Habré Trial and Beyond: New Models of Prosecuting International Crime? Sharon Weill, Kim Thuy Seelinger and Kerstin Bree Carlson, editors (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018)

International Criminal Law & Its Paradoxes: Implications for Institutions and Practice” Journal of Law & Courts (February 2017)
“Post Rule of Law: The Structural Problem of Hybridity in International Criminal Procedure” The Italian Law Journal Vol 2 (1) (2016)

“Agents & Agency in International Criminal Law: Prison Guards, Intent, and the 'Special Part' of International Criminal Law” in Breaking the Cycle of Mass Atrocities (Marina Aksenova & …, eds) Hart (forthcoming 2018)
“Productions and Meanings of Justice in the Trial of Chad’s Hissène Habré in Senegal” in Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals (Joanna Nicholson and Cecilia M. Bailliet, eds) Edward Elgar (forthcoming 2018)
“Trading on Guilt: The Judicial Logic of Plea Bargains at the ICTY and Its Transplant to Serbia and Bosnia” in New Practices of Transnational Criminal Law (Mikkel Jarle Christiansen & Ron Levi, eds) Routledge 2017
“Commentary on Ten Procedural Decisions Regarding Defendants’ Rights” Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals (ALC) volume XLVIII, André Klip and Steven Freeland, eds (2016)
“Joint Criminal Enterprise: The ICTY’s Contentious Addition to International Law,” in ICTY: Towards a Fair Trial?, T. Kruessmann (Ed.) 2008

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