Published Work


Articles Published by Luis Moreno Ocampo  

“International Criminal Court: Seeking Global Justice,” Case W. Res. J. Intʹl L., (2007).

“Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Sexual Violence as International Crime: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Evidence,” Keynote Address, Law & Social Inquiry (2010)

Transitional justice in ongoing conflicts,” Int. J. Transit. Justice, (2007).

“Integrating the Work of the ICC into Local Justice Initiatives,” Keynote Address, 21 Am. U. Intʹl L. Rev. 497-502 (2006).

“The Rights of Children and the International Criminal Court,” in INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN, ed. Karin Arts and Vesselin Popovski, 111-118, Hague Academic Press (2006).

“Beyond Punishment; Justice in the Wake of Massive Crimes in Argentina,” Journal of International Affairs, Spring (1999), 52 No.2.

“The challenge of the law in Argentina: after the genocide, hyper-corruption and insecurity” in LA ARGENTINA QUE VIENE: ANÁLISIS Y PROPUESTAS PARA UNA SOCIEDAD EN TRANSICIÓN (The Coming Argentina: Analysis and Proposals for a Society in Transition) ed. Aldo Isuani, Daniel Filmus, Grupo Editorial Norma, (1998).
“The Nuremberg Parallel in Argentina,” (Crime and Punishment: Accountability for State-Sponsored Mass Murder), 11 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Intʹl & Comp. L. 357-359 (1990).

“Human Rights Crimes in South America,” (Crime and Punishment: Accountability for State-Sponsored Mass Murder), Panel Discussion, 11 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Intʹl & Comp. L. 361-390 (1990).


Books Published by Luis Moreno Ocampo  

ʺCUANDO EL PODER PERDIÓ EL JUICIO.¿CÓMO EXPLICAR EL ʺPROCESOʺ A NUESTROS HIJOS?” (When power lost its mind. How to explain the ʺdictatorshipʺ to our children), Publisher: Planeta Espejo de la Argentina(1996).

The book details the institutional behaviour of the army in Argentina during the dictatorship and the influence of the Cold War’s actors in the conflict. Based on the information and evidence collected during the Junta Trials in which Luis Moreno-Ocampo was involved as Deputy Prosecutor, it was produced as a part of the work at the Center for the Study of State and Society (CEDES).

“EN DEFENSA PROPIA ¿CÓMO SALIR DE LA CORRUPCIÓN?ʺ (In self defense. How to avoid corruption?), Publisher: Sudamericana (1993).

Analyzing corruption problems, the role of civil society and the judiciary in controlling it.