We are delighted to announce the publication of a seminal case law database focused on International Criminal Law in Germany in cooperation with ICLU (International Criminal Law Research Unit of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) funded by the Federal Ministry of Justice Germany (BMJ). This meticulously curated resource marks a significant contribution for legal professionals, academics and students worldwide.
The database offers comprehensive access to a wide array of decisions by German courts in the field of ICL. It's designed to facilitate a deeper understanding of how international legal principles are interpreted and applied within the German legal framework.
The database compiles decisions made by German courts in matters of ICL offering a useful resource for legal professionals, scholars and students alike. By providing detailed insights into the application and interpretation of international legal principles by German courts.
This database is a practical tool for anyone looking to navigate the complexities of ICL within the German context. It reflects our commitment to supporting the legal community's need for accessible, accurate and up-to-date information.
Designed to be user-friendly, we invite you to explore the database and discover how it can empower your work and research in ICL.
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