Readership: Students and scholars of international law and legal history
Jenny S. Martinez, Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
Jenny S. Martinez is Professor of Law and Justin M. Roach, Jr., Faculty Scholar at Stanford Law School. A leading expert on international courts and tribunals, international human rights, and the laws of war, she is also an experienced litigator who argued the 2004 case Rumsfeld v. Padilla before the U.S. Supreme Court. Martinez was named to the National Law Journal's list of "Top 40 Lawyers Under 40."
"Martinez (Stanford Law School) has written a highly readable work that breaks new ground on human rights and international law." - D. P. Forsythe, CHOICE
1. International Law, Slavery and the Idea of International Human Rights
2. British Abolitionism and Diplomacy, 1807-1817
3. The United States and the Slave Trade: 1776-1824
4. The Courts of Mixed Commission for the Abolition of the Slave Trade
5. Am I Not a Man and a Brother?
6. Hostis Humanis Generis: Enemies of Mankind
7. The Final Abolition of the Slave Trade
8. A Bridge to the Future: Links Between the Abolition of the Slave Trade and the Modern International Human Rights Movement
9. International Human Rights Law and International Courts: Rethinking their Origins and Future