Dr. Yvonne McDermott Rees

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Dr. Yvonne McDermott Rees
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Uwch Ddarlithydd yn y Gyfraith
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y.mcdermott@bangor.ac.uk
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Ymunodd Dr. Yvonne McDermott Rees ag Ysgol y Gyfraith yn Nhachwedd 2011 o’r Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland, Galway, lle yn ddiweddar fe gwblhaodd ei PhD ar botensial cyfraith droseddol ryngwladol i ddatblygu’r safonau uchaf o degwch wrth gynnal achosion troseddol. Tra oedd yn Galway, bu Dr. McDermott Rees yn darlithio ar gyrsiau’n ymwneud â Hawliau Plant, Cyfraith Mewnfudo a Ffoaduriaid a Chyfraith Gyfansoddiadol. Ym Mangor, mae’n cyflwyno Dulliau Ymchwil, Cyfraith Ryngwladol Gwrthdaro Arfog, a Chyfraith Camwedd, ac mae’n cyd-ddysgu Cyfraith Droseddol Ryngwladol. 

Mae diddordebau ymchwil Dr. McDermott Rees yn cynnwys cyfraith droseddol ryngwladol, trefn droseddol ryngwladol, hawliau dynol a chyfraith yn ymwneud â ffoaduriaid. Hi yw Rheolwr Olygydd y gronfa ddata OUP ‘Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law’ (http://oxfordlawreports.com/). Mae hefyd yn ymchwilydd arbenigol ar y project ymchwil pwysig  ’International Criminal Procedure Expert Framework: Towards the Codification of General Rules and Principles’ (www.icp-ef.org), ac yn Olygydd Cysylltiol y cyfnodolyn Criminal Law Forum. Hi oedd enillydd y Böhler Franken Koppe Wijngaarden Advocaten/Hague Academic Coalition Award for Young Professionals ym Mehefin 2009. Mae wedi gweithio’n broffesiynol gydag Adran Materion Tramor Iwerddon ac fel ymgynghorydd i Uchel Gomisiynydd y Cenhedloedd Unedig dros Ffoaduriaid.   

Cyhoeddiadau

Llyfrau

Erthyglau mewn Cyfnodolion

  • 'The ICTR’s fact-finding legacy: lessons for the future of proof in international criminal trials’ (2015) 26(3) Criminal Law Forum 1-22.
  • ‘Inferential Reasoning and Proof in International Criminal Trials: The Potentials of Wigmorean Analysis’ (2015) 15(2) Journal of International Criminal Justice 507-533.
  • ‘The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Promoting Respect for International Due Process Standards’ (2013) African Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 45-65.
  • ‘Introductory Note: Prosecutor v. Karadžić’ (2013) 52(5) International Legal Materials 1117-1156.
  • ‘The Admissibility and Weight of Written Witness Testimony in International Criminal Law: A Socio-Legal Analysis’ (2013) 27(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 971-989.
  • 'Yong Vui Kong v. Public Prosecutor and the Mandatory Death Penalty for Drug Offences in Singapore: A Dead End for Constitutional Challenge?’ in Peter Hodgkinson (ed), The Library of Essays on Capital Punishment, Volume 1: Justice and Legal Issues (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013) 3-20.
  • ‘Human Rights and the Lisbon Treaty: Consensus or Conditionality?’ (2010) 31(4) Whittier Law Review 733–758.
  • ‘Victims and International Law: Remedies in the Courtroom?’ (2009) 4(3) Hague Justice Journal/ Journal Judiciaire de la Haye 199–213.
  • ‘Some are More Equal than Others: Victim Participation in the International Criminal Court’ (2008) 5(1) Eyes on the ICC 23–49.

Penodau mewn Llyfrau

  • 'Article 66: Presumption of Innocence’ in Otto Triffterer and Kai Ambos (eds), Commentary on the Rome Statute: Observers’ Notes, Article by Article (3rd edn, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015) 1631-1645 (with William A. Schabas).
  • ‘Article 67: Rights of the Accused’ in Otto Triffterer and Kai Ambos (eds), Commentary on the Rome Statute: Observers’ Notes, Article by Article (3rd edn, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015) 1646-1676 (with William A. Schabas).
  • Commentaries to Articles 34-52 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court, in Mark Klamberg (ed), The Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court (Oslo: TOAEP, 2015) (forthcoming); also available online at www.casematrixnetwork.org/cmn-knowledge-hub/icc-commentary-clicc.
  • ‘Legitimacy and the Administration of International Justice’ in William A. Schabas and Shannonbrooke Murphy (eds), Research Handbook on International Courts and Tribunals (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, forthcoming) (with Wedad El Maalul).
  • 'Yong Vui Kong v. Public Prosecutor and the Mandatory Death Penalty for Drug Offences in Singapore: A Dead End for Constitutional Challenge?’ in Peter Hodgkinson (ed), The Library of Essays on Capital Punishment, Volume 1: Justice and Legal Issues (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013) 3-20.
  • ‘Joint case commentary: Prosecutor v. Trbić, Decision on Trial Chamber’s competence to entertain motion filed after entry into force of decision under Rule 11bis’ and Prosecutor v. Lukić et al., Decision on Milan Lukić's appeal regarding referral’ in Andre Klip and Goran Sluiter (eds), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals: Volume XXXIV (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2013) 364-368.
  • ‘General Duty to Ensure the Integrity of the Proceedings’ in Goran Sluiter et al. (eds), International Criminal Procedure: Principles and Rules (Oxford: OUP, 2013) 743–769.
  • ‘General Duty to Ensure the Right to a Fair and Expeditious Trial’ in Goran Sluiter et al. (eds), International Criminal Procedure: Principles and Rules (Oxford: OUP, 2013) 770–817.
  • ‘Regular Witness Testimony’ in Goran Sluiter et al. (eds), International Criminal Procedure: Principles and Rules (Oxford: OUP, 2013) 859–877.
  • ‘Rights in Reverse: A Critical Analysis of Fair Trial Rights under International Criminal Law’ in William A. Schabas, Yvonne McDermott and Niamh Hayes (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013) 165–180.
  • ‘Double Speak and Double Standards: Does the Jurisprudence on Retrial following Acquittal under International Criminal Law Spell the End of the Double Jeopardy Rule?’ in David Keane and Yvonne McDermott (eds), The Challenge of Human Rights: Past, Present and Future (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2012) 176–193.
  • ‘Case commentary: Prosecutor v. Krajišnik, Decision on Momčilo Krajišnik's motion to reschedule status conference and permit Alan Dershowitz appear’ in Andre Klip and Goran Sluiter (eds), Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals: Volume XXXV (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2012) 177–185.
  • ‘International Criminal Courts’ in George Ritzer (ed), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Globalization (Oxford: Wiley–Blackwell, 2012) (with William A. Schabas).

Cyhoeddiadau amrywiol

  • How Libya became the International Criminal Court’s latest failure’, The Conversation, August 2015.
  • Foreword to Symposium on ‘Proof in International Criminal Trials’ (2015) 13(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 475-478 (with John D. Jackson).
  • ‘Evidence and Proof in the Practice of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’ (2015) 26(3) Criminal Law Forum (foreword to special issue, with John D. Jackson).

Goruchwyliaeth myfyrwyr ymchwil

  • Dr Wedad Elmaluul, ‘The Legitimacy of the Principle of Complementarity in International Criminal Law’ (Hydref 2015).
  • Dr Arsalan Al Mizory, 'Towards a New Understanding of the Right of Self-Determination in the Post-Colonial Context’ (Ionawr 2015)
  • Dr Khaled Ali Aljneibi, ‘Electronic Evidence in the United Arab Emirates’ (Mai 2014).
  • Dr Emma Roberts, ‘The Rome II Regulation and its Consequences for Cross-Border Personal Injury Claims’ (Ebrill 2014).
  • Mr Soran Qader, ‘Reconceptualising Uti Possidetis: Revising the Principle of Uti Possidetis to Facilitate its Use as a Tool for Resolving Territory and Boundary Disputes Arising from 21st Century State Creation’.
  • Mr Meethaq Abo Hameed, ‘An International Criminal Framework to Prosecute the Legacy of Forced Internal Displacement in Iraq’ .
  • Dr Bassim Al-Musawi, ‘The Rights of the Suspect in the Reformed Iraqi Legal System’  (Gorffennaf 2014) (ail goruchwyliwr).

Addysgu

  • SXL 2112/3212: Tort Law
  • SXL 4045: International Law of Armed Conflict
  • SXL 4041: International Criminal Law
  • SXL 5000: PhD Research Seminars

Mae Yvonne hefyd yn hyfforddi myfyrwyr ar gyfer cystadlaethau ffyg lys rhyngwladol.