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Home »   Practitioners in Residence »   Liesbeth Lijnzaad

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Prof. Dr.  Liesbeth Lijnzaad

Prof. Dr. Liesbeth Lijnzaad
Thielallee 69


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Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

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Books

Le juge et la coutume internationale/ The judge and international custom, L. Lijnzaad editor, Council of Europe/ Leiden - Boston 2016.

Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict, an Insight into the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in Armed Conflict; N.van Woudenberg and L.Lijnzaad editors, Leiden – Boston 2010.

The Netherlands in Court, essays in honour of Johan G. Lammers; N.Blokker, R.Lefeber, L.Lijnzaad and I.van Bladel editors, Leiden – Boston 2006.

Making the voice of humanity heard, essays on humanitarian assistance and international humanitarian law in honour of HRH Princess Margriet of the Netherlands; L.Lijnzaad, J.van Sambeek and B.Tahzib-Lie editors, Leiden – Boston 2004.

Reservations to UN Human Rights Treaties, ratify and ruin? (Dissertation University of Limburg 1994), Dordrecht - Boston - London 1995.

Het Vrouwenverdrag, een beeld van een verdrag; A.W.Heringa, J.Hes and L.Lijnzaad editors, Antwerpen - Apeldoorn 1994.

Articles

Forthcoming (accepted)

The San Remo manual on the Law of Naval Warfare – from Restatement to Development? in: Unconventional Lawmaking in the Law of the Sea: Current Practice and Future Prospects, Natalie Klein ed.; OUP 2021.

As time goes by, a preliminary inquiry into the ‘object and purpose’ of the Law of the Sea Convention, in: The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea – A System of Regulation, Kristina Siig, Birgit Feldtmann and Fenella Billing eds.; Routledge 2021.

Swimming into deep water, article 91(3) GC III and the successful escape of prisoners of war by sea, in: The European Union's contribution to International Peace and Security – A legal practitioners' perspective, Liber Amicorum Gert Jan van Hegelsom, Steven Blockmans and Stephan Marquardt eds.; Brill 2021.

Published

The Committee on Rules and Judicial Practice of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, in: Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (online) 2020.

The Smurfette principle, some reflections about gender and the nomination of women to the international bench, in: Identity and Diversity on the International Bench, who is the Judge?, Freya Baetens ed.; OUP 2020; 29 - 49.

Dispute settlement for Marine Biodiversity beyond National Jurisdiction: not an Afterthought, in: A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Dispute Resolution in the Law of International Watercourses and the Law of the Sea; Helene Ruiz-Fabri, Tamar Meshel, and Marco Benatar eds.; Brill|Nijhoff 2020; 147 – 182.

Het probleem van Zwitserse kaas: Sharia voorbehouden, Europese strategieën en bezwaren, in: Recht van de Islam 32, teksten van het op 29 oktober 2017 te Leiden gehouden 35ste RIMO-symposium, Vereniging voor het Recht van de Islam en het Midden-Oosten, Den Haag 2019; Pauline Kruiniger redactie; 9 – 17.

The UN Fish Stocks Agreement as a Metaphor, or the Law of the Sea as a Gendered Process, in: Gender and the Law of the Sea, Irini Papanicolopulu ed., Leiden 2019; 149 – 161.

The Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity: Siamese Twins? in: The Marine Environment and United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life below Water; Myron H.Nordquist, John Norton Moore, and Ronan Long eds., Leiden-Boston 2018; 33 - 49.

Customary law before Dutch Courts: the Nyugat II case and beyond, in: Le juge et la coutume internationale/ The judge and international custom, Liesbeth Lijnzaad ed.; Council of Europe/ Leiden - Boston 2016.

Formal and informal processes in the contemporary law of the sea at the United Nations, a practitioner’s view, in: Vol.57 German Yearbook of International Law 2014, 111 -142.

Declarations of competence, a very European Affair, in: Peaceful Order in the World’s Oceans, Essays in Honor of Satya N. Nandan; Michael W.Lodge & Myron H.Nordquist eds., Leiden – Boston 2014; 186 – 207.

Sleeping Beauty, the untold story of the (first) Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention, in: Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict, an Insight into the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in Armed Conflict; N. van Woudenberg and L.Lijnzaad eds., Leiden – Boston 2010, 147 – 156.

Hoofdstuk Internationaal Humanitair Recht (with M.C.Zwanenburg), in: Handboek Internationaal Recht, Den Haag 2007, 553-589.

Het Haagsche Zeeoorlogsrecht van 1907 vandaag (The 1907 Hague Law of Naval Warfare Today), in: Oude verdragen in een nieuwe tijd, honderd jaar Haagse vredesconferentie van 1907 (Old treaties in a new era, one hundred years since the Hague Peace Conference of 1907) Mededelingen van de Nederlandse Vereniging voor Internationaal Recht, deel 135 (2007), 99 – 129.

Sending Dutch troops abroad, some domestic legal aspects, in: The Netherlands in Court, essays in honour of Johan G. Lammers; N.Blokker et.al., eds., Leiden – Boston 2006, 247-265.

Some remarks on the human rights aspects of sanctions, in: Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties; F.Coomans and M.Kamminga eds., Antwerpen - Oxford 2004, 259 - 270.

How not to be an occupying power, some reflections on Security Council Resolution 1483 and the contemporary law of occupation, in: Making the voice of humanity heard, essays on humanitarian assistance and international humanitarian law in honour of HRH Princess Margriet of the Netherlands; L.Lijnzaad et.al. eds., Leiden – Boston 2004, 291 - 305.

Von Clausewitz was een heer, vrouwen en de gewapende conflicten van vandaag, in: Nemesis 2003 5/6, 216-221.

Trouble in Tiraspol, some reflections on the Ilascu case and the territorial scope of the European Convention on Human Rights, in: Hague Yearbook of International Law 2002, 17-38.

Kroniek Internationaal Recht, Mainstreamen of doormodderen, in: Nemesis 2000, 126-136.

Kroniek Internationaal Recht, Verscheidenheid of versnippering, in: Nemesis 1997, 110-116.

Met alle aan haar sekse toekomende voorkomendheid, de bescherming van vrouwen in tijden van oorlog (with Marti¬ne Meijer), in: Nemesis essays 3 (1996), 65-79.

Tussen onbegrip en onmacht, de positie van vrouwen in het humanitair oorlogsrecht, in: 110 Kernvraag 1996/3, 31-41.

Het Vrouwenverdrag in de Nederlandse rechtsorde, hoofdstukken 2 en 3; J.C.Hes and C.E. van Vleuten eds., Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid, Den Haag 1996.

Women of no consequence, the inadequacy of the international protection against trafficking, in: Combatting traffic in persons, SIM Special 17 - Utrecht 1995, 125-136.

Over rollenpatronen en de rol van het Vrouwenverdrag, in: Het Vrouwenverdrag, een beeld van een verdrag; A.W.Heringa et.al. eds., Antwerpen - Apeldoorn 1994, 43-57.

De relevante realiteit, of de levensstandaard van vrouwen, in: De toenemende betekenis van economische, sociale en culturele mensenrechten; A.P.M.Coomans et.al. eds., Leiden 1994, 86-99.

Protection of the Environment in Times of Armed Conflict: the Iraq-Kuwait War (with G.J.Tanja), in: NILR 1993, 169-199.

Teleurstellende vrijheid, de positie van vrouwen in post-communistisch Polen, in: Nemesis 1993, 15-23.

Paradoxale universaliteit, of de beperkingen van het verdragenrecht, in: Universaliteit van mensenrechten, fundamenteel en controversieel; Th.van Boven and C.Flinterman eds., Leiden 1992, 7-17.

Initiating the CSCE-Supervisory procedure, the cases of the Netherlands and Czechoslovakia (with A.P.M.Coomans), in: The Human Dimension of the Helsinki Process, The Vienna Follow-up meeting and its Aftermath; A.Bloed and P.van Dijk eds., Dordrecht 1991, 109-127.

Het kussen van een kikker, de werkelijke betekenis van het Vrouwenverdrag, in: Nemesis 1991(2), 5-17.

Supervisie van mensenrechtenbepalingen in het Slotdocument van Wenen (with A.P.M.Coomans), Helsinki rapport 5, Nederlands Helsinki Comité, oktober 1989.

Nederlands bezwaar bij DDR-voorbehoud ten aanzien van het VN-Folteringverdrag, in: 14 NJCM Bull. 1989, 504-509.

Verdrag 121: Ongrondwettig opgezegd (with M.J.A.C.Driessen), in: 64 NJB 1989, 1237-1241.

Voorbehouden bij Vrouwenverdrag, in: Nemesis 1988, 105-111.

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