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2019
1 Nicholson, Joanna.
Learning lessons through the prism of legitimacy: what future for international criminal courts and tribunals?. I: The Future of International Courts: Regional, Institutional and Procedural Challenges. Routledge 2019 ISBN 978-1-138-61518-2. s. 162-177
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2 Nicholson, Joanna.
‘Too High’, ‘Too Low’, or ‘Just Fair Enough’?: Finding Legitimacy Through the Accused’s Right to a Fair Trial. Journal of International Criminal Justice 2019 ;Volum 17.(2) s. 351-368
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3 Nicholson, Joanna; Pérez-León-Acevedo, Juan Pablo.
Foreword. Journal of International Criminal Justice 2019 ;Volum 17.(2) s. 347-350
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2018
4 Nicholson, Joanna.
Alternative fakta. Klassekampen 2018
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5 Nicholson, Joanna.
International Criminal Tribunals- A future?. Oslo Peace Days; 2018-12-06 - 2018-12-06
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6 Nicholson, Joanna.
Introduction. I: Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals. Brill Academic Publishers 2018 ISBN 9789004343771. s. 1-15
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7 Nicholson, Joanna.
Strengthening the effectiveness of international criminal law through the principle of legality. I: Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals. Brill Academic Publishers 2018 ISBN 9789004343771. s. 101-125
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8 Nicholson, Joanna.
Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals. Brill Academic Publishers 2018 (ISBN 9789004343771) 250 s.
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9 Nicholson, Joanna.
The role played by external case law in promoting the legitimacy of international criminal court decisions. Nordic Journal of International Law 2018 ;Volum 87.(2) s. 189-211
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10 Nicholson, Joanna.
Too high, too low or just fair enough? Finding legitimacy through the accused's right to a fair trial. Ensuring and balancing the rights of defendants and victims at International and Hybrid Courts; 2018-08-30 - 2018-08-31
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2017
11 Nicholson, Joanna.
Book Review: Justice in Conflict: The Effects of the International Criminal Court's Interventions on Ending Wars and Building Peace. Nordic Journal of Human Rights 2017 ;Volum 35.(1) s. 80-82
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12 Nicholson, Joanna.
Fighting and Victimhood in International Criminal Law. Routledge 2017 (ISBN 9781138669062) 195 s.
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13 Nicholson, Joanna.
Introduction: Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals. International Criminal Law Review 2017 ;Volum 17.(4) s. 587-590
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14 Nicholson, Joanna.
Strengthening the Effectiveness of International Criminal Law through the Principle of Legality. International Criminal Law Review 2017 ;Volum 17.(4) s. 656-681
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15 Nicholson, Joanna.
The Use of Judicial Decisions in International Criminal Law. Oslo Seminar on the Use of Decisions in International Law; 2017-06-12 - 2017-06-12
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16 Nicholson, Joanna.
Tveegget etterforskning. Klassekampen 2017 (275) s. 18-18
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17 Nicholson, Joanna; Hayashi, Nobuo; Bailliet, Cecilia Marcela.
The Legitimacy of International Criminal Tribunals. I: The Legitimacy of International Criminal Tribunals. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 978-1-107-14617-4. s. 1-21
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2016
18 Nicholson, Joanna.
Do child soldiers remain civilians? Opinio Juris, 15 February 2016.
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19 Nicholson, Joanna.
Is targeting naked child soldiers a war crime?. International Criminal Law Review 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 134-157
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20 Nicholson, Joanna.
Is the requirement that crimes against humanity be committed against a 'civilian population' really necessary? Opinio Juris.
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21 Nicholson, Joanna.
Reflections on the Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Law Conference, Parts I and II, IntLawGrrls.
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22 Nicholson, Joanna.
Report on the 'Pluralist Approaches to International Criminal Justice Conference', Amsterdam 7-8 January, IntLawGrrls.
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23 Nicholson, Joanna.
Sexual violence in international criminal law. Vold mot kvinner I krig og konflikt; 2016-12-05 - 2016-12-05
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24 Nicholson, Joanna.
Strengthening the Legitimacy of International Criminal Law through the Principle of Legality. Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals conference; 2016-08-28 - 2016-08-30
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25 Nicholson, Joanna.
The airstrike killing members of the Syrian armed forces was not an international crime, EJIL Talk, 19 October 2016.
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26 Nicholson, Joanna.
The Prosecution of Crimes of Sexual Violence in International Criminal Law. Ladyfest; 2016-03-07 - 2017-03-07
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2015
27 Nicholson, Joanna.
Can War Crimes be Committed by Military Personnel against Members of Non-Opposing Forces?, International Crimes Database Brief.
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28 Nicholson, Joanna.
Fighters as Victims in International Criminal Law. : University of Oslo 2015 384 s. Doktoravhandlinger forsvart ved Det juridiske fakultet, Universitetet i Oslo(78)
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29 Nicholson, Joanna.
Investigating Crimes against Peacekeepers in the Situation in Georgia, IntLawGrrls.
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30 Nicholson, Joanna.
The ICC Statute and War Crimes Committed against Members of Non-Opposing Forces, IntLawGrrls.
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