NMT Book Published!
I am delighted to announce the publication of my book “The Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Law.” The book can be ordered from Oxford University Press here; Amazon should have it (at a whopping $8.78 discount) in the next few days. Here for the last time is the cover:
Once again, I want to thank all of the Opinio Juris readers who have given me feedback on draft chapters and/or the layout of the book’s cover. Your contribution to the final product has been immeasurable. And I want to thank all of the wonderful people at OUP who have made writing, editing, and publishing the book such a pleasure, particularly Merel Alstein, Bethan Cousins, and — first by being last — John Louth. It’s a special academic press that would offer a contract to a young academic who had never written written anything longer than a 30,000 word law-review article. (The book is about 175,000.) I can only hope that I’ve justified their faith.
As always, feedback on the book would be most appreciated. But please don’t tell me if you find any typos — they will haunt me forever…