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Elizabeth Ludwin King

Elizabeth Ludwin King

Visiting Assistant Professor

Phone: 336.758.4281
Location: Worrell 3202


  • Does Justice Always Require Prosecution? The International Criminal Court and Transitional Justice Measures, 45 George Washington International Law Review 101 (2013).
  • A Conflict of Interests: Privacy, Truth and Compulsory DNA Testing for Argentina's Children of the Disappeared, 44 Cornell International Law Journal 535 (2011).
  • Amnesties in a Time of Transition (George Washington International Law Review, forthcoming 2010).
  • Beyond Traditional Notions of Transitional Justice: How Trials, Truth Commissions, and Other Tools of Justice Can and Should Work Together, (with Donald L. Hafner) (Spring 2007).
  • Trials and Truth Commissions in Argentina and El Salvador, in Accountability for Atrocities: National and International Response (Jane Stromseth, ed. 2003).


  • Willing But (Temporarily) Unable: The ICC and National Courts (submitted for publication August 2013).
  • The ICC Paradox.
  • The Efficiency of National and International Criminal Courts.
  • Pretrial Detention in Human Rights Trials, Field research funded by the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Research Fund, 2011.
  • Hoosier Pride and Prejudice: Politics, Basketball, and Desegregation in Indiana. Presented at the AALS 2012 Emerging Scholars Poster Session.
  • United States Deportation Policy and the Rise of Gangs in Latin America.

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