HD notes for Law of Armed Conflict

0 Reviews
  • UniversityAustralian National University
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseInternational Laws of Armed Conflict
  • Course CodeLAWS4239
  • ProfessorPhillip Drew
0 Purchases
91%Verified Grade
  • Authornicolelxx
  • Created2018
  • Pages85
  • Approved14 February 2019

This is a fantastic service to use for comparison of notes, compilation of notes or even just in an emergency. There are high quality and varied notes for all the subjects you need.

Daniel Markos

Daniel Markos Bond University

I use Nexus Notes as skeletons for my own notes. This method is far easier than working off textbooks and really helps me with my law exams which aren't getting any easier.

Tommy Hendrick

Tommy Hendrick University of Sydney

I have used Nexus Notes since the site launched and I’m now achieving way more Ds and HDs instead of Ps.

Nick Cundy

Nick Cundy University of Adelaide

View a 10% preview of these notes below.

Download the PDF file .

About these notes

Achieved a high HD of 91 with these comprehensive and complete notes, based on all the seminars covered by Dr Phillip Drew. Categorised into the key topics and sub-topics/issues in the Law of Armed Conflict/International Humanitarian Law. Includes many relevant examples from past IHL cases for application, as well as contemporary issues like the War on Terror, non-international armed conflicts in the Middle East, cyber and space warfare, etc. My sample detailed answer to a seminar quiz is attached in chapter 5b to serve as a guide to applying the law to problem scenarios. The last page includes the list of research essay questions in 2018.

Chapters/topics include:
– Introduction & Jus ad bellum
– Application of IHL & Principles of IHL
– Classification of Armed Conflict & Status of Persons
– Treatment of Hors de Combat; Detention; POWs; Protected Persons
– Role of ICRC; Seminar quiz
– Means & Methods of warfare
– Targeting
– Naval Operations Law
– International Criminal Law & Autonomous weapons
– IHL and International Human Rights Law
– International Crimes and Command Responsibility
– Occupation

You must log in to submit a review.