1. Conceptualising Genocide and State Crime 2. The Toleration of Harm: Law and Perpetration 3. Cutting off the Old, Envisaging the New: Law and Redress 4. Accountability and Responsibility: Addressing Institutions 5. Bringing us all Together: Law and Reconciliation 6. Law and the Constitution of State Crime and Genocide
Jennifer Balint is Lecturer in Socio-Legal Studies at the School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her research interests lie primarily in the area of access to justice and the constitutive role of law, with a focus on genocide and other forms of state crime.