Readership: Primary:The global membership of IBA practitioners. Lawyers, judges, prosecutors, non-governmental organisations, legal advisers, private human rights groups, and legal practitioners working in the field of international law, terrorism, and counter-terrorism. Secondary: academics, students, academic libraries, and interested members of the public.
Elizabeth Stubbins Bates, Visiting Fellow, Law Department, London School of Economics and Political Science, IBA Task Force on Terrorism, Richard Goldstone, Eugene Cotran, Gijs de Vries, Julia A. Hall, Juan E. Méndez, and Javaid Rehman
1: Introduction: Terrorism in International Law
2: Counter-Terrorism in International Humanitarian Law
3: Counter-Terrorism in International Human Rights Law
5: Victims' Rights to a Remedy and Reparation
6: Reform: Preventing Terrorism in Accordance with International Law
7: Conclusion and Recommendations