Junior Research Fellow in Global Justice
Nicola Palmer is the Junior Research Fellow in Global Justice at St Anne's College and convenor of Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR), an inter-disciplinary network of University staff and students working on issues of transition in societies recovering from mass conflict and/or repressive rule. Her current research focuses on criminal justice in post-genocide Rwanda, examining the interactions among international, national and localised criminal courts. She was an American Society for International Law Helton Fellow in 2009 and was awarded the Rhodes Scholarship in 2007. She completed her undergraduate and honours degrees in law and economics at Rhodes University, South Africa.
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‘Transfer or Transformation?: A Review of the Rule 11 bis Decisions of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’, (2012) 20 The African Journal of International and Comparative Law 1.
Critical Perspectives in Transitional Justice with P. Clark and D. Granville, Brussels: Intersentia Publishing (2012).
‘Understandings of International Law in Rwanda: A Contextual Approach’ in E Kristjansdottir, A Nollkaemper and C Ryngaert (eds) Importing International Law into Post-Conflict States: The Role of Domestic Court (Intersentia Publishing, Brussels 2012).
‘Challenging Transitional Justice’ with P. Clark in N Palmer, P Clark and D Granville (eds),Critical Perspectives in Transitional Justice(Intersentia Publishing, Brussels 2012).
Book Reviews and Opinion Pieces
Review of Kevin Jon Heller, The Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Law, European Human Rights Law Review, (2012) 2
‘The International Community Fails Rwanda Again’ with P. Clark, Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Papers Series, General Debates, May 2009 Available: http://www.csls.ox.ac.uk/otjr.php?show=currentDebate5.
Review of Mark Freeman, Truth Commissions and Procedural Fairness, International Commentary on Evidence: Vol. 6: Iss. 1, Art. 6, (2008)