List of Publications and Other Writings

  1. “The Treatment of the ICTR Acquitted: The ‘Achilles Heel’ of International Criminal Justice” at The Treatment of the ICTR Acquitted: The “Achilles Heel” of International Criminal Justice | International Association of Democratic Lawyers (iadllaw.org), published in IADL International Review of Contemporary Law, Vol. 2, No. 3, December 2020.

  2. “The Travesty of Justice Continues….The Forgotten ICTR Acquitted in Arusha” at https://ilg2.org/2020/05/28/the-travesty-of-justice-continues-the-forgotten-ictr-acquitted-in-arusha/

  3. “Litigating for Compensation for the Acquitted” at https://ilg2.org/2015/11/21/litigating-compensation-for-the-acquitted/http://ilg2.org/2015/11/21/litigating-compensation-for-the-acquitted/ and https://www.pambazuka.net/en/category.php/comment/96113

  4. “Litigating Human Rights: Fair Trial and International Criminal Justice, The Appellate Acquittals of Major F.X. Nzuwonemeye in the Ndindiliyimana Case at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (‘ICTR’),” Spring 2015 Edition of Africa Law Today, the ABA-SIL’s Africa Committee Newsletter at  click here to see pdf

  5. “Forensic Evidence – Toward a Legacy of Truth-Telling and Fair Trial for International Criminal Tribunals,” November 2014. Accepted by the Symposium on the ICTR’s Legacy, Arusha, Tanzania at https://works.bepress.com/beth_lyons/4/  (unpublished paper)

  6. “The Intermediary Industry and the ICC,” at https://ilg2.org/author/bethlyons2014/

  7. “Acquitted But Still Not Free,” posted at http://ilg2.org/author/bethlyons2014/, https://portside.org/2014- 06-14/rwanda-acquitted-still-not-free and https://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/comment/92424

  8. “Prosecutorial Failure to Disclose Exculpatory Material: A Death Knell to Fairness, in Justice Belied,” The Unbalanced Scales of International Criminal Justice, edited by Sebastien Chartrand and John Philpot, Baraka Books (2014)

  9. “Litigating for Justice: Defense Work at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda” (2014, unpublished paper) at Litigating-for-Justice

  10. “Enough is Enough: The Illegitimacy of International Criminal Convictions: A Review Essay of Fact Finding Without Facts, The Uncertain Evidentiary Foundations of International Criminal Convictions, by Nancy Amoury Combs (Cambridge University Press 2010),” Journal of Genocide Research, 13(3), September 2011

  11. “Tortured Law, Tortured ‘Justice’ – Joint Criminal Enterprise in the Case of Aloys Simba,” ILSA J. Int’l. & Comp. L., Vol 17:2 (2011) at https://nsuworks.nova.edu/ilsajournal/vol17/iss2/9/ser

  12. “The Evolution of a Partisan: Observations of a Criminal Defense Attorney at the ICTR” (2006 and updated note, 2009, unpublished paper) Bepress – Evolution of a Partisan

  13. “Getting Untrapped, Struggling for Truths: The Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation (CAVR) in East Timor” in Internationalized Criminal Courts, edited by Romano, Nollkaemper and Kleffner, Oxford University Press (2004)

  14. “Getting to Accountability: Business, Apartheid and Human Rights,” Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, June 1999

  15. “The Truth and Reconciliation Commission as an Alternative Dispute Mechanism,” in ADR and The Law, A Report of the American Arbitration Association, the Fordham International Law Journal and the Fordham Urban Law Journal, Developments in ADR: 1997, 1998 Edition

  16. “The Trojan Horse,” New Internationalist, January/February 1998

  17. “Between Nuremberg and Amnesia: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa,” Monthly Review, September 1997 at https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/index.php/mr/article/view/MR-049-04-1997-08_2

 

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