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Dragana Spencer

Dr Dragana Spencer LLM, LLB, PhD

Dr Dragana Spencer

Senior Lecturer

Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Humanities

Dr Dragana Spencer joined the School of Law at the University of Greenwich in 2006.

Senior Lecturer in Law

School administrative and supervisory responsibilities

  • Programme Leader, LLM International Justice
  • International Link Tutor (Prague)
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation supervision
  • Doctoral supervision
  • Library liaison
  • Staff Research Seminars convener
  • Course Leader (Public Law, LLB Project, Public International Law)
  • External examiner at LSBU (2012–15)
  • International criminal law
  • International human rights
  • Therapeutic jurisprudence
  • Sentencing
  • Treaty law

Spencer D., 'Overview of Language Rights in International Criminal Law Sentencing Models' (accepted for publication, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law).

Spencer D., 'Legal Assumptions and Unintended Meanings Before International and Hybrid Criminal Courts: Effects on Trial Proceedings and Defence Rights' in Andreopoulos George et al (eds.), The Rule of Law in an Evolving World Order – Responses to Transnational Challenges and Threats (2017, Springer, in press).

Radosavljevic D., 'Scope and Limits of Psychiatric Evidence in International Criminal Law', International Criminal Law Review, Vol.13, Issue 5, 2013, pp.1013-1035

Radosavljevic, D., 'Some observations on the lack of a specific diminished responsibility defence under the ICC Statute', 19 (1) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice (2011), pp. 37–55, ISSN 0982-9569/1571-8174.

Radosavljevic, D., Custom Statutes on Public Law 2010/2011 (Pearson, 2010).

Radosavljevic, D., 'Restorative Justice under the ICC Penalty Regime', 7 The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals (2008), pp. 1–21. ISSN 15691853.

Radosavljevic, D. 'Mala captus bene detentus and the right to challenge the legality of arrests under the ICC Statute', 1 Liverpool Law Review (2008). ISSN 0144-9326.

Radosavljevic, D., 'An overview of the ICC complementarity regime', 3 (10) Review of International Law and Politics (2007), pp. 96–114. ISSN 1305-5208.

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  • 2017 - 'Right to 'competent' interpretation in international criminal law proceedings: What role do judges play?', University of Oslo, Centre for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan, October 2017.

  • 2017 - 'Language problems and language rights in international criminal law', Law and Language International Symposium, University of Greenwich, June 2017.

  • 2016 - 'Roundtable: The Rule of Law in an Era of Change', The American Society of Criminology, November 2016, New Orleans, USA.

  • 2016 - 'Doing Time for War Crime: A study of the punishment phase of the international criminal process', International Studies Association-Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies, June 2016, Thessaloniki, Greece.

  • 2016 - 'Interpreting and Translation in International Criminal Law', Language and Sustainable Development Goals, UN Symposium, April 2016, New York, USA.

  • 2014 - 'Legal Assumptions and Unintended Meanings before International Criminal Courts: Effects on Trial Proceedings and Defence Rights', The Rule of Law in an Era of Change; Security, Social Justice and Inclusive Governance, June 2014, Athens, Greece

  • 2013 - 'The right to rehabilitation in international criminal law and the role of the mental health professionals in the post-conflict reconciliation process,' IALMH, July 2013, Amsterdam.

  • 2012 - 'Right to rehabilitation of convicted war criminals as means of post-conflict social reparation and reconciliation', 2012 International Conference - Global Perspectives on Justice, Security and Human Rights, July 2012, New York, USA.

  • 2011 - 'Scope, limits and appropriateness of psychiatric testimony in international criminal law', XXXIInd International Congress on Law and Mental Health, July 2011, Berlin, Germany.

  • 2009 - 'Lack of a Diminished Responsibility Defence under the International Criminal Court (ICC) Statute and Contemporary Human Rights Issues', XXXIst International Congress on Law and Mental Health", June 2009, New York, USA.

  • 2008 – 'Restorative Justice under the International Criminal Court Complementarity Model', Justice and Policing in Diverse Societies, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June, 2008.

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