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Claire Fenton-Glynn awarded 2015 Inner Temple New Author's Prize

Inprizetersentia is proud to announce that on 9 December, Claire Fenton-Glynn was awarded the Inner Temple New Author's Prize for her book Children’s Rights in Intercountry Adoption. Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Royal Bencher and former Royal Treasurer of the Inner Temple, Princess Ann presented the Prize to Clare Fenton-Glynn, who said: 'I am very honoured to receive this prize. This is my first book, and I am delighted that it has been recognised in this way. The protection of children's rights when crossing international borders is one that is of increasing importance, and I am happy to have been able to add to our understanding of the issue'.

 

Roundtable at the SLSA


Tuesday 5th April (13.30h – 15.00h)

On the basis of their book Agata Fijalkowski and Raluca Grosecu will discuss Transitional Criminal Justice in Post-Dictatorial and Post-Conflict Societies with Jennifer Balint and Christos Boukalas.

More information about the conference >

TJ 18Transitional Criminal Justice in Post-Dictatorial and Post-Conflict Societies
A. Fijalkowski and R. Grosecu (eds.)

Series on Transitional Justice, 18
2015 | ISBN 978-1-780-68260-0
x + 290 pp. | hardback 
85 euros | 102 US dollars | 81 GB pounds

 

 

New textbooks on criminal law!

European Criminal LawEuropean Criminal Law, 3rd edition
André Klip

Ius Communitatis, 2
2016 | ISBN 978-1-78068-270-9 
lvi + 592 pp. | hardback

Student prices: 49 euros 
59 US dollars | 47 GB pounds 

 

Comparative concepts of criminal lawComparative Concepts of Criminal Law, 2nd edition
J. Keiler and D. Roef (eds.)

2016 | ISBN 978-1-78068-364-5 
xvi + 306 pp. | paperback

Student prices: 35 euros 
42 US dollars | 33 GB pounds