Criminal law

Domestic Modes of Liability in Universal Jurisdiction Cases: The Case of Eyad Al-Gharib in Koblenz, Germany
Risky Business: will TotalEnergies be complicit in international crimes if it continues doing business in Russia?
Who could be held responsible for ecocide under the Rome Statute?
Almost 25 years after its creation, the Russia-Ukraine conflict sadly shows the increasing irrelevance of the International Criminal Court
Corporate complicity in Myanmar: beyond Facebook
Aiding and abetting liability for social media platforms in relation to ‘image-based sexual abuse’ – a way around Article 14 (1) of EU Directive 2000/31?
Re-innovating the grapes of wrath: the responsibility of Russian cluster munitions manufacturers under the Rome Statute
A Different Type of Tech Support: Examining secondary criminal liability for online assistance to offline crimes
An arms trade case at the International Criminal Court: Would the Article 25(3)(c) ‘purpose’ requirement really matter?
Mens Rea and complicity during the Holocaust – the case of Westerbork camp commander, Albert Gemmeker
George Floyd, Mitch Henriquez and criminal liability for police bystanders
Money as Complicity: Can banking and finance services facilitate international crimes?
Secondary Liability and Terrorism – Spill-over to other international crimes?
Death Penalty Assurances and the Data Protection Act – Fixing a Hole? The case of Elgizouli v Secretary of State for the Home Department
Autonomous Weapons Systems and the Liability Gap, Part One: Introduction to Autonomous Weapons Systems and International Criminal Liability
The Cases of Kouwenhoven and Poch and the Fine Line Between Guilt and Innocence for Assisting in the Commission of War Crimes
Recent Domestic Developments on Corporate Criminal Assistance in Atrocity Crimes