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Hayley J Hooper, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies Hovell's rigorous work should be engaged with by domestic public lawyers and international lawyers alike. It presents a thought-provoking set of solutions to the challenge of holding the global security apparatus to account.
Kristin Boon, Netherlands International Law Review The book, written in an accessible style, demonstrates the continuing relevance of the rule of law and the importance of further thought about its role in the UN context. It is a valuable tool for further discussion and research, and will be of interest to academics, government lawyers, diplomats, think tanks, NGOs, journalists, students and all others with an interest in the UN Security Council, UN sanctions and claims against the UN generally.
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Devika Hovell is an Assistant Professor in Public International Law at the London School of Economics. She holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford and a Master of Laws from New York University, where she was awarded the George Colin Award. Devika graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours. She served as an Associate to Justice Kenneth Hayne at the High Court of Australia, and as judicial clerk at the International Court of Justice in the Hague. She formerly held lectureships at the University of New South Wales and the University of Birmingham.
1. Introduction ; 2. The Case for Procedural Reform: Due Process as Court Process ; 3. The 'Source-Based' Approach to Procedural Reform: Methodology, Myths and Misconceptions ; 4. A 'Value-Based' Approach: Three Models of Due Process ; 5. A Model Based on Accuracy: The Instrumentalist Model in the UN Sanctions Context ; 6. A Model Based on Interest Respresenation: The Dignitarian Model in the UN Sanctions Context ; 7. A Model Based on Public Accountability: The Public Interest Model in the UN Sanctions Context ; 8. Conclusion