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Lexsitus assists the learning of, and work with, legal sources in international criminal law. It provides structured online-access to AV-lectures, commentary, case law, preparatory works, and digests, at the level of each article and main provision of the Statute of the International Criminal Court. It contains more than 230 lectures by a Lexsitus Faculty of initially 50 leading experts in international criminal law from around the world. Lexsitus has been made by CILRAP, HELM Studio and Mithya Labs, with funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Nuremberg Principles Academy, a key project partner. The Project has been academically co-directed by Professors Morten Bergsmo (Peking University Law School) and Mark Klamberg (Stockholm University), and the Lexsitus Project Consortium includes academics at Stockholm University, Peking University, National University of Singapore, Salzburg University, O.P. Jindal Global University, and the University of Oslo. You can access Lexsitus here.

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