Amanda Kramer

Queen's University Belfast - School of Law

PhD Candidate

School of Law

Belfast BT7 1NN, BT7 1NN

Ireland

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

DOWNLOADS

237

SSRN CITATIONS

1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

0

Ideas:
“  I'm currently working on Brexit and the implications for Northern Ireland  ”

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Brexit, Rights and Devolution

Edinburgh School of Law Research Paper No. 2019/06
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 17 Feb 2019 Last Revised: 15 Mar 2019
University of Stirling - School of Law, University of Birmingham - Birmingham Law School, University of Edinburgh - School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, Queen's University Belfast - School of Law, Maynooth University Department of Law, University of Edinburgh School of Law, Independent, University of Essex, Cardiff University, University of Glasgow, University of Edinburgh, The City Law School of City University London and University of Strathclyde Law School
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Brexit; Human Rights; Devolution; Scotland; Wales; Northern Ireland; EU Law; Judicial Review; Social Rights

2.

Rights and Devolution after Brexit

Number of pages: 44 Posted: 26 Nov 2018
Maynooth University Department of Law, Queen's University Belfast - School of Law, Cardiff University, University of Edinburgh, University of Birmingham - Birmingham Law School, University of Edinburgh School of Law and University of Glasgow
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Soldiers as Victims at the ECCC: Exploring the Concept of ‘Civilian’ in Crimes Against Humanity

Leiden Journal of International Law, Forthcoming, Queen's University Belfast Law Research Paper No. 2019 18
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 21 Jun 2018 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2019
Rachel Killean, Eithne Dowds and Amanda Kramer
Queen's University Belfast School of Law, Queen's University Belfast - School of Law and Queen's University Belfast - School of Law
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International Criminal Law, Crimes Against Humanity, Khmer Rouge Tribunal

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Deconstructing the Security Council’s Failure to Refer the Conflict in Syria to the International Criminal Court

Amanda Kramer (2015) Deconstructing the Security Council's Failure to Refer the Conflict in Syria to the International Criminal Court. Queen's Political Review, 3(1): 45-60.
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 09 Dec 2018
Amanda Kramer
Queen's University Belfast - School of Law
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Syria, International Criminal Court, veto power, international relations, Security Council