Dr Dawn Sedman is part of the teaching staff and a researcher in the area of international criminal law and human rights.
Prior to joining NTU in September 2017, she was a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes University.
Dawn researches in the area of international criminal law and human rights.
She has also supervised a number of PhDs to completion, primarily in the areas of international criminal law and international human rights law.
“AFRC Trial Judgment” (with S Mouthaan, O Jurasz & S Lebenski) in L Hodson & T Lavers (eds) Feminist Judgments in International Law (Hart, forthcoming 2018)
“International Law and Transnational Organised Crime” (with M. Noortmann) in P Hauck & S Peterke (eds), International Law and Transnational Organised Crime (OUP 2016)
“Double Jeopardy in Europe: What Lessons for Global Players” in JE Wetzel (ed), The EU as a ‘Global Player’ in Human Rights? (Routledge 2012)
“Should the prosecution of ordinary crimes in domestic jurisdictions satisfy the complementarity principle?” in L van den Herik & C Stahn (eds) Future Perspectives on International Criminal Justice (CUP 2010)
“International ne bis in idem” in O Triffterer, J Vogel & C Burchard (eds), The Review Conference & the Future of the ICC: Proceedings of the First AIDP Symposium for Young Penalists (Carl Heymans Verlag, 2009)