Joanna Harrington

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Dr Joanna Harrington is a professor with the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta in Canada.

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Live from Kampala: Day 2

At long last, I have arrived in Kampala, after my original flight booking was affected – twice – by the British Airways strike. Much of today was a continuation of yesterday’s general plenary, wherein the states parties representatives read out pre-prepared statements of a polite but general nature, and diplomats and NGO delegates go hunting for extra copies.

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ICJ Denies Belgium’s Request for Provisional Measures in the “Prosecute or Extradite” Case

Joanna Harrington is an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta in Canada, where she teaches constitutional law, international law, and international criminal law. Her scholarship often examines the interplay between international human rights law and criminal law, and international law and constitutional law in general. She has written previously…

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The Obligation to “Extradite or Prosecute” is not an Obligation to “Prosecute or Extradite”

Joanna Harrington is Associate Professor of Law, University of Alberta, Canada. Her Phd obtained from the University of Cambridge dealt with extradition and human rights. From 2006-2008, she was on secondment to the Legal Affairs Bureau of the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. In that capacity, she, among other things, was a member of the…

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