A Radical Rejection of Universal Jurisdiction
I want to look at the universal jurisdiction principle of Noah Feldman’s proposed minimum legal cosmopolitanism from the following hypothetical perspective. Suppose I were a voting member of an international organization considering whether to recognize this principle as binding international law, which would authorize any judge anywhere to exercise jurisdiction over every heinous crime, regardless of the defendant’s nationality. Would I vote to recognize the principle?
116 Yale L.J. Pocket Part 393 (2007)
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Abu-Odeh, Lama, "A Radical Rejection of Universal Jurisdiction" (2007). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 1635.