Dr Patricia Hobbs
Senior Lecturer in Public International Law
Elliott Jaques 064
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Hobbs, P. (2015) 'Contemporary Challenges in Relation to the Prosecution of Senior State Officials before the International Criminal Court'. International Criminal Law Review, 15 (1). pp. 76 - 100. ISSN: 1571-8123 Open Access Link
Hobbs, P. (2014) 'International Humanitarian Norms Application in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia', in Jinks, D., Maogoto, J. and Solomon, S. (eds.) Applying International Humanitarian Law to Judicial and Quasi Judicial Bodies - International and Domestic Aspects [forthcoming]. Springer.
Hobbs, P. (2011) 'The Power of Language in the Analysis of the Relationship between the Sovereignty Principle and the International Criminal Law Regime Established by the Rome Statute: An Ideological Divide'.'Sovereignty in Question' - W.G. Hart Legal Workshop (IALS). Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. 28 - 30 June. [unpublished]
Hobbs, P. (2010) 'Extending the ICC Prosecutorial Hand to Kenya: Paying Lip Service to the Complementarity Principle'.International Graduate Legal Research Conference, King's College, London. King's College, London. 15 - 16 April. [unpublished]
Hobbs, P. (2008) 'A new Kind of International Law Following the 9/11 Disaster? A Critical Analysis of U.S. Practice, Torture and the International Community’'. Human Rights & International Legal Discourse, 2 (2). pp. 277 - 311.