Dr Mark S. Ellis is the Executive Director of the International Bar Association (IBA), the foremost international organisation of bar associations, law firms and individual lawyers in the world. He has published extensively in the area of international law, and his op-eds have appeared in The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, and The Times.
Mark served as Legal Advisor to the Independent International Commission on Kosovo, and was appointed by the OSCE to advise on the creation of Serbia’s War Crimes Court. He also acted as legal advisor to the defense team at the Cambodian War Crimes Court (ECCC). Mark was actively involved with the Iraqi High Tribunal, and is a member of the Disciplinary Advisory Panel to the Defense Counsel for the ICTY and ICTR. He serves on the editorial boards for the Journal of National Security Law and Policy and The Hague Journal on the Rule of Law.
Under Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Mark has authored Sovereignty and Justice: Balancing the Principle of Complementarity between International and Domestic War Crimes Tribunals, a critically acclaimed book, which has been deemed “meticulously researched, thought-provoking, and compelling.”
Mark explains his reasons for choosing to publish with Cambridge Scholars Publishing and emphasises our commitment to an author-centric approach, as well as our straightforward and easy-to-navigate publishing process:
“I am delighted to be part of Cambridge Scholars’ 'Meet our Authors' campaign. I have worked with a number of different publishing houses over the last few years, and none has been so helpful, so supportive or so accommodating as Cambridge Scholars Publishing. I had the pleasure of working with some great editors whose guidance and expertise proved invaluable to me as the book progressed. They made the process both painless (where it had not always been before) and straightforward. Communications from myself were always readily received and prompt responses forthcoming. I was very pleasantly surprised by the quick turnaround time: the time from the manuscript being submitted to publication of the finished book was impressively short. I am immensely proud of the finished book and very grateful to Cambridge Scholars Publishing for the direction and assistance they provided throughout.”
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