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Welcome to Simon Patrick official website.

My Name is Simon Patrick, LL.M Candidate at SAUT, also an assistant legal researcher in the Center for International Law - SAUT

International Law aid and Legal researches.

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The attempt by Kenya to withdraw from the International Criminal Court: Read my opinion and comment yours from my Blog.

 

Read my opinion over the Proposed grant of jurisdiction on individual criminality responsibility to the African Court of Human and People's Rights ( ACHPR) and the East African Court of Justice (EACJ).

 

Read: Sources of International law in accordance with Article 38(1) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice.

 

Do Acts of the Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar prevail over the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, 1977? Read this Opinion in my Blog and comment on it, you can downloadit from My Files.

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Read my new Article titled The granting of International Criminal Jurisdiction to National Courts and its implication to International Criminal Justice System, by Simon Patrick.

 

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Read my New Article titled The Jurisprudence of Criminalizing Child soldiering in Thomas Lubanga and Charles Taylor cases, by Simon Patrick. You can also leave your comment.

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Visitors can also have access, download and read free my publications. Available publications in My Files (top left side corner) are:

1. The Jurisprudence of Child soldiering in Thomas Lubanga and Charles Taylor cases, by Simon Patrick.

2. Case Review in Thomas Lubanga's case, by Simon Patrick.

3. Case Review in Charles Taylor's case, by Simon Patrick.

4. The Granting of International Criminal Jurisdiction to National Courts and its implication to International Criminal Justice System, by Simon Patrick.

5. Organisational Usability of Digital Libraries by Margaret Elliott and Rob Kling, Edited by Simon Patrick.

6. Do Acts of Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar prevail over the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania?, by Simon Patrick.

7. Sources of International law in accordance with Article 38(1) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, by Simon Patrick, Fauzia Hussein, Anna Mwita and Veronica Mugendi.

8. What implications does the proposed grant of jurisdiction on individual criminality responsibility to the African Court of Human and People's Rights (ACHPR) and the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) have for the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the national judicial systems under the principle of complementarity, and generally the fight against impunity.

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