This book fills a major gap in the scholarly literature concerning international criminal law, comparative criminal law, and human rights law. The principle of legality (non-retroactivity of crimes and punishments and related doctrines) is fundamental to criminal law and human rights law. Yet this is the first book-length study of the status of legality in international law – in international criminal law, international human rights law, and international humanitarian law. This is also the first book to survey legality/non-retroactivity in all national constitutions, developing the patterns of implementation of legality in the various legal systems (e.g., Common Law, Civil Law, Islamic Law, Asian Law) around the world. This is a necessary book for any scholar, practitioner, and library in the area of international, criminal, comparative, human rights, or international humanitarian law.
- TEN THINGS – WHAT SHOULD IN-HOUSE COUNSEL DO DURING TRIAL?
- Can civil servants obtain law practice certificate?
- How to obtain the license of domestic travel service?
- What is the punishment for act of selling personal information?
- Procedures for death declaration
- Is it possible to sing on the street for selling goods?
- What do an individual do to hold a press conference?
- TEN THINGS: SHOWING THE VALUE OF THE LEGAL DEPARTMENT
- TEN THINGS: DEALING WITH A PANDEMIC (YES, I AM TALKING ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS)
- What is the punishment for cheating in the exam?
- Can I let my friend borrow my health insurance card?
- Is it compulsory to have the name entered in the husband’s household registration book after getting married?
- Does a thief take criminal responsibility when the victim withdraws his complaint?
- Is it possible to mortgage assets many times to borrow money?
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