Journal of International Criminal Law Doctrine

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Journal of International Criminal Law Doctrine

description Legal journal
First edition 2006
Frequency of publication per month
Editor-in-chief Thomas Rotsch
editor Roland Hefendehl , Andreas Hoyer , Thomas Rotsch, Bernd Schünemann
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The Zeitschrift für Internationale Criminalrechtsdogmatik (ZIS) is an online legal journal devoted exclusively to topics of national and international criminal law and criminal procedure law . Is published under the headings essays , judgment notes and book reviews in German or English.

The ZIS appeared for the first time in January 2006 and has since been published every month in the middle of the month.

The journal's editors are the legal scholars Roland Hefendehl , Andreas Hoyer , Thomas Rotsch and Bernd Schünemann .

Thomas Rotsch is the editor. The members of the editorial team are Kai Ambos , Martin Böse, Janique Brüning , Mark Deiters, Bernd Hecker , Michael Heghmanns , Holm Putzke , Arndt Sinn , Hans Theile , Bettina Weißer and Mark Zöller.


  • Thomas Rotsch (Ed.): Ten Years of ZIS - Journal for International Criminal Law Dogmatics . Nomos, Baden-Baden 2018, ISBN 978-3-8487-4666-8 .

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