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Books

S Williams, H Woolaver and E Palmer, The amicus curiae in international criminal justice, forthcoming  2018, Hart Publishing.

S Williams, Hybrid and Internationalized criminal courts and tribunals: Selected Jurisdictional Issues, Hart Publishing, 2012.

Dixon, McCorquodale & Williams, Cases and Materials in International Law, 5th edition, Oxford University Press, 2011 and 6th editon 2016

A Orakhelashvili and S Williams (eds) Celebrating 40 years of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2010.

Chapters in Books

S Williams, “The UN Group of Experts (1998-1999) and International Crimes in Cambodia” in International Commissions: The Role of Commissions of Inquiry in the Investigation of International Crimes, ed Jens Meierhenrich, Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2017)

S Williams, G Simm,‘Assistance to disaster victims in an armed conflict: the role of international humanitarian law’ in Bartolini et al (eds) The Protection of Persons in Times of Disasters: International and European Legal Perspectives, Routledge (forthcoming 2017).

S Williams, E Palmer, ‘The Changing Influence of Civil Society Influence at the International Criminal Court’ in Bartens, P (ed) Law, Accountability and the Legitimacy of Punishment: A liber amicorum for Ralph Henham, Routledge (forthcoming 2017).

S Williams, ‘Hybrid International Criminal Tribunals’, In Oxford Bibliographies in International Law. T Carty (ed), Oxford University Press, (2014).

S Williams, '40 years of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties: Cause for Celebration or Concern?' in S Williams and A Orakhelashvili (eds) Celebrating 40 years of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, BIICL 2010.

S Williams, 'The Modern Prosecutor and International Cooperation' in R McCorquodale (ed) The Rule of Law in International and Comparative Context, BIICL 2010.

S Williams and J Glister 'The UK and protection of Cultural Property in times of Armed Conflict' in M Dixon (ed) Modern Studies in Property Law: Volume 5, Hart Publishing, 2009.

S Williams, 'The legal bases of the internationalised criminal tribunals' in K Kaikobad and M Bohlander (eds) International Law and Power: Perspectives on Legal Order and Justice, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2009.

S Williams, The Completion Strategies of the ICTY and the ICTR' in A Cassese (ed) The Oxford Companion to International Criminal Justice, Oxford University Press, 2009.

S Williams, 'The Completion Strategies of the ICTY and the ICTR' in M Bohlander (ed), International Criminal Justice: A Critical Analysis of Institutions and Procedures, Cameron May, 2007.

S Williams, 'Mixed Tribunals: The Iraqi Special Tribunal' in M Bohlander, R Boed, and R Wilson (eds), Defence in International Criminal Proceedings: Cases, Materials and Commentary, Transnational Publishers, 2006.

 

Journal Articles

Sarah Williams, Jasmine Opdam, “The unrealised potential for transformative reparations for Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Sierra Leone" forthcoming (2017) International Journal of Human Rights.

E Palmer, S Williams, "A "shift in attitude"? Institutional Change and Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia" forthcoming (2017) International Feminist Journal of Politics .

S Williams, E Palmer, ‘Civil society and amicus curiae interventions in the International Criminal Court’ (2016) Acta Juridica 40-65. 

S Williams, ‘MH17 and the International Criminal Court: A Suitable Venue?’ (2016) 17 Melbourne Journal of International Law 1-28.

S Williams, E Palmer, ‘Transformative Reparations for Women and Girls at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia’ (2016) 10 International Journal of Transitional Justice 311-331.

S Williams, ‘The Specialist Chambers of Kosovo: The Limits of Internationalization?’ (2016) 14 Journal of International Criminal Justice 25-51.

S Williams, E Palmer, ‘The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Developing the Law on Sexual Violence’ (2015) 15 International Criminal Law Review 452 – 484.

S Williams, ‘The Severance of Case 002 at the ECCC: A Radical Trial Management Technique or a Step Too Far?’ (2015) 13 Journal of International Criminal Justice 815 - 843. 

S Williams, 'The Extraordinary African Chambers in the Senegalese Courts: An African Solution to an African Problem? (2013) 11 Journal of International Criminal Justice (forthcoming 2013)

S Williams and A Byrnes, 'JUSTICE FOR ALL? TEN YEARS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION: Foreword' (2013) 11 Journal of International Criminal Justice (forthcoming 2013) 

S Williams, 'Arresting Developments? Restricting the Enforcement of the UK's Universal Jurisdiction Provisions' (2012) 75 Modern Law Review 368

J Stefanelli and S Williams, 'Disaster Strikes: Overcoming Barriers to the effective delivery of international disaster assistance within the EU' (2011) 2 Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 53

M Cross and S Williams, 'Prosecutor v Germain Katanga and Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui: A Boost for 'Cooperative Complementarity'?' (2010) 10 Human Rights Law Review 336.

M Cross and S Williams, 'Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea: Conflicted Thinking In The Al-Saadoon Affair' (2009) 58 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 689.

S Williams and L Sherif, 'The Arrest Warrant for President al-Bashir: Immunities of Incumbent Heads of State and the International Criminal Court' (2009) 14 Journal of Conflict and Security Law 71.

M Cross and S Williams, 'Recent Developments at the International Criminal Court', (2009) 9 Human Rights Law Review 267.

S Williams, 'Referrals to national courts: A fair trial or a fair price?' (2006) 17(2) Criminal Law Forum 177-222.

S Williams and H Woolaver, 'The Role of the Amicus Curiae before International Criminal Tribunals', (2006) 6(2) International Criminal Law Review 151-189.

S Williams, 'Amnesties in International Law: The Experience of the Special Court for Sierra Leone', (2005) 5(2) Human Rights Law Review 271-309

S Williams, Genocide: The Cambodian Experience', (2005) 5(3) International Criminal Law Review 1-14

S Williams, 'The Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers - a dangerous precedent for international justice?', (2003) 53(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 209-227.

S Shah and S Williams, 'Bankovic and others v Belgium and 16 other Contracting States', (2002) 6 European Human Rights Law Review 773-781

S Shah and S Williams, 'Bankovic: Where the Court went wrong? A Response', (2003) Human Rights Law Review Summer Supplement.

Commentaries and Reviews

S Williams, ‘Review: E. Kuijt, Humanitarian Assistance and State Sovereignty in International Law, Intersentia, Mortsel, 2015’, forthcoming NILR (2017).

S Williams, ‘Hybrid Tribunals: Time for Reflection’ (2016) 10 International Journal of Transitional Justice 538-547.

S Williams, Aggression, Affected States, and a Right to Participate: A Response to Koh and Buchwald’ in (2016) 109 AJIL Unbound 246-252.

L Lixinski and S Williams, ‘The ICC’s Al-Mahdi ruling protects cultural heritage, but didn’t go far enough’, The Conversation (19 October 2016), at https://theconversation.com/the-iccs-al-mahdi-ruling-protects-cultural-heritage-but-didnt-go-far-enough-67071.

S Williams, Book Review Essay, John D. Ciorciari and Anne Heindel, Hybrid Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (2015) 13 Journal of International Criminal Justice 660-663.

S Williams, ‘Commentary on the Closing Order, Prosecutor v. Chea, Samphan, and Thirith, Case No. 002/19-09-2007-ECCC/OCIJ, Office of the Co-Investigating Judges, 15 September 2010’, in Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals: Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia 2010-2011, A Klip and S Freeland (eds), Intersentia, 44 (2015) 608-621.

S Williams, ‘Commentary: Fitness to Stand Trial’ in Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals: Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia 2007-2010, A Klip and S Freeland (eds), Intersentia, Volume 43 (2015) 612 – 616.

Submissions and Reports

G Simm and S Williams, Submission to the CEDAW Committee on draft General Recommendation No. 35 on the Gender-related Dimensions of Disaster Risk Reduction in a Changing Climate, (December 2016).

S Williams and R Grey, Amicus Curiae, Brief Filed in Response to Call for Amicus Curiae Briefs in Cases 003 and 004, Dated 19 April 2016, filed with the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, 19 May 2016 [accepted by the Court as a filed brief], at https://www.eccc.gov.kh/en/document/court/amicus-curiae-brief-filed-drs-williams-and-grey-response-call-amicus-curiae-briefs-ca

S Williams, The Amicus Curiae in International Criminal JusticeReport of the Roundtable held 18 January 2016Leiden University  [confidential report]

S Williams, G Simm, Disasters and International Law in the Asia-Pacific, Report from Workshop held on 24 July 2015. At http://www.ifrc.org/Global/Publications/IDRL/DL%20courses/2015%20Disaste...

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S Williams, ‘MH17: The 'How' Is Clear. Now It's Time For The 'Who' And The 'Why'’, Huffington Post Australia, 4 July 2015. At http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/sarahwilliams/mh17-disaster-the-how-is-_b_8289042.html

E Palmer, S Williams, Will the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Successfully Prosecute Sexual Violence?, Right Now, 21 July 2015. At http://rightnow.org.au/opinion-3/will-the-extraordinary-chambers-in-the-courts-of-cambodia-successfully-prosecute-sexual-violence/

S Williams, H Woolaver, E Palmer, Civil Society and International Criminal Justice in Africa: Overview and Reflections, Report of the Workshop held 4-5 February 2015.  At  http://www.ahrcentre.org/sites/ahrcentre.org/files/Civil%20Society%20and%20ICJ%20in%20Africa%20Exec%20Summary.pdf

S Williams, E Palmer, M Hyde, Transformative Reparations for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: Reflections, Recommendations and Next Steps, Report of the Workshop in Phnom Penh, 28 November 2014. At http://www.eastwestcenter.org/sites/default/files/filemanager/Research_P... AIJI/Reparations%20Workshop%20Report.pdf   

S Williams, The Conviction of Cambodian Khmer Rouge Leaders– Justice at last? (2014) EJIL Talk.

Analysis of Law in the EU and a Selection of Member States pertaining to Cross-Border Disaster Relief, Synthesis Report and Recommendations, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 2010 (with J Stefanelli) (available at http://www.ifrc.org/Docs/pubs/idrl/EU-IDRL-Study-Synthesis-Report.pdf)

Analysis of Law in the United Kingdom pertaining to Cross-Border Disaster Relief, British Red Cross, 2010 (with J Stefanelli) (available at http://www.ifrc.org/Docs/pubs/idrl/idrl-uk-cross-border-analysis-0810.pdf).

Analysis of Law in the European Union pertaining to Cross-Border Disaster Relief, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 2010 (with J Stefanelli) (available at http://www.ifrc.org/Docs/pubs/idrl/EU-IDRL-Study-Synthesis-Report.pdf).

Implementation of international humanitarian law and human rights law in the United Kingdom, study commissioned by the European Commission as part of the ATLAS project, 2009 (with M Cross and E Stubbins Bates.

Implementation of international humanitarian law and human rights law in the Republic of Ireland, study commissioned by the European Commission as part of the ATLAS project, 2009 (with P Mitchell).

Implementation of international humanitarian law and human rights law in Hungary, study commissioned by the European Commission as part of the ATLAS project, 2009 (with O Deak).

The role of the European Union in the implementation and enforcement of international humanitarian law and human rights law, study commissioned by the European Commission as part of the ATLAS project, 2009 (with J Stefanelli and F Medjouba).

Institutional Scope of National Human Rights Protections: A Comparative Study in Relation to 'Public Authorities, study commissioned by the UK Ministry of Justice, completed February 2009 (supervised project team).

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