Malekian is a leading authority in substantive international criminal law and international criminal justice. He is recognized by a considerable number of international lawyers as the father of comparative international criminal law and ‘fame by name for numerous writings, including at a time when little or no attention was devoted to the body of international criminal law.’ His works have been course literature throughout the world, and described inter alia as ‘passim’, ‘novel venture’, ‘very informative’ ‘scholarly knowledge’, ‘prized addition to the literature of international criminal justice’, ‘as an art form in legal theory’, and ‘an author who Speaks Truth to Power’. Malekian “offers a well-argued and often compelling argument that is highly critical both of international law and international criminal law institutions.”

Malekian’s significant work in international criminal law has been described as “truly remarkable: for a single scholar to have covered the entirety of I.C.L., in this day and age is a unique, and a very balanced, unbiased presentation.” (Prof. G. Mueller, the State Univ. New Jersey, 1991). “It is beyond belief to witness that such a comprehensive work on international criminal law is written here in the Scandinavian countries" (M. Plum, the State Attorney for Special Economic Crime, Denmark, 1993). “Self-evident, I am overly impressed with something as unusual as you are in this way working as a private-genius with these difficult questions.” (Prof. S. Strömholm, Rector of Uppsala Uni. & Dean of Faculty 1993). He is “a distinguished scholar of ICL with a comprehensive work constituting a prized addition to the literature of ICJ” (Prof. B. Ferencz, Harvard University, Prosecutor of the Nuremberg Tribunal, 2014) and one “of the most distinguished publicists in the field of ICL who has significantly contributed to the advancement of world community values and expectations". (President Prof. M.C. Bassiouni, 1992). “The fresh perspective of the book … argues with great force that the missing ingredient in international criminal law is that law and justice have not been understood through the prism of what the author calls love… The book offers a well-argued and often compelling argument that is highly critical both of international law and international criminal law institutions in particular” (Prof. Richard, Faculty of Law, New York Univ. 2017). It “unveils a unique dimension in delivery of justice… an immense initiative in fulfilling a dearth and will bestow students of criminal justice and international law a fresh lease of air.” Prof. M. Kiit University, 2018).

Farhad Malekian Uppsala, Sweden

Malekian is a leading authority in substantive international criminal law and international criminal justice. He is recognized by a considerable number of international lawyers as the father of comparative international criminal law and ‘fame by name for numerous writings, including at a time when little or no attention was devoted to the body of international criminal law.’ His works have been course literature throughout the world, and described inter alia as ‘passim’, ‘novel venture’, ‘very informative’ ‘scholarly knowledge’, ‘prized addition to the literature of international criminal justice’, ‘as an art form in legal theory’, and ‘an author who Speaks Truth to Power’. Malekian “offers a well-argued and often compelling argument that is highly critical both of international law and international criminal law institutions.”

Malekian’s significant work in international criminal law has been described as “truly remarkable: for a single scholar to have covered the entirety of I.C.L., in this day and age is a unique, and a very balanced, unbiased presentation.” (Prof. G. Mueller, the State Univ. New Jersey, 1991). “It is beyond belief to witness that such a comprehensive work on international criminal law is written here in the Scandinavian countries" (M. Plum, the State Attorney for Special Economic Crime, Denmark, 1993). “Self-evident, I am overly impressed with something as unusual as you are in this way working as a private-genius with these difficult questions.” (Prof. S. Strömholm, Rector of Uppsala Uni. & Dean of Faculty 1993). He is “a distinguished scholar of ICL with a comprehensive work constituting a prized addition to the literature of ICJ” (Prof. B. Ferencz, Harvard University, Prosecutor of the Nuremberg Tribunal, 2014) and one “of the most distinguished publicists in the field of ICL who has significantly contributed to the advancement of world community values and expectations". (President Prof. M.C. Bassiouni, 1992). “The fresh perspective of the book … argues with great force that the missing ingredient in international criminal law is that law and justice have not been understood through the prism of what the author calls love… The book offers a well-argued and often compelling argument that is highly critical both of international law and international criminal law institutions in particular” (Prof. Richard, Faculty of Law, New York Univ. 2017). It “unveils a unique dimension in delivery of justice… an immense initiative in fulfilling a dearth and will bestow students of criminal justice and international law a fresh lease of air.” Prof. M. Kiit University, 2018).

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