Dapo Akande (University Lecturer in Public International Law and Co-Director of the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC) and the Oxford Martins Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations) has given a wide range of media interviews on the question of the legality of military action in Syria. You can hear Dapo talking about the issues on BBC World Service Newshour (c 30mins) and on the Radio 5 live website (c70min) and  you can read his views, and those of other leading international lawyers, in the following articles:

BBC News Online: Is there legal basis for military intervention in Syria?

The Guardian: Syria: legal doubt cast on British government's case for intervention,

Channel 4 News: Is military action in Syria legal? - the key questions,

Syria Deeply: Would Intervention in Syria Be Legal?

EJIL Talk!: The Legality of Military Action in Syria: Humanitarian Intervention and Responsibility to Protect.