Symposium on the Nuremberg Trials

by Kevin Jon Heller

The Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review has just published a special issue on the Nuremberg trials. It contains many excellent contributions, including articles by Hilary Earl, David Fraser, Greg Gordon, and Jonathan Bush. I have also contributed a short chapter, entitled “Taking a Consenting Part: The Lost Mode of Participation,” which discusses a mode of participation developed by the NMTs and then promptly forgotten — for better or for worse — by international criminal law.

All of the articles in the special issue are free to download here.

http://opiniojuris.org/2017/04/05/symposium-on-the-nuremberg-trials/

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  1. Response…Congratulations for the exellent articles of the Symposium.Iam a legal expert on Nuremberg Code, ethics, human rights of the mentally ill and participated as such in a research project for the50 yars of the Trials(1947-1997).
    ASHGATE, Brookfield, USA, Singapore, Sydney, 1998,
    (.” Ethics Codes in Medicine. Foundations and achievements of codification since 1947»)Thank you. Prof. Dr. Thomais Douraki

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