Type: Public event

Hybrid Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia


John Ciorciari, IPC Co-Director and Assistant Professor of Public Policy

Date & time

Sep 19, 2014, 12:00-1:00 pm EDT


Weill Hall, Betty Ford Classroom
735 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48019

Free and open to the public.
Reception and book signing to follow.

About the book:
“John Ciorciari and Anne Heindel have written the definitive study of a highly controversial experiment in accountability for human rights atrocities. Their superb research and analysis, borne of first-hand experience, identifies the structural flaws, political conflicts, and personal rivalries that have plagued the Khmer Rouge tribunal since its inception. They weave their appraisal into a set of compelling recommendations for those contemplating future mixed domestic-international courts. With such tribunals still a serious option for states emerging from civil conflict, this study makes a profound contribution to the scholarship and policy debates within fields ranging from international criminal justice to comparative politics.”
—Steven R. Ratner, University of Michigan Law School and member of the UN Secretary-General’s Group of Experts for Cambodia

About the event
With remarks from Dean Susan CollinsJohn Ciorciari will remark on major points of the book and answer questions from the audience.

Following the talk, copies of Hybrid Justice will be available for purchase and signing by the author.

The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy is proud to host this book talk as one of the highlights of the school's year-long centennial celebrations. The event is co-sponsored by the International Policy Center.