Neil Boister, Professor of International Law, University of Canterbury
Professor Neil Boister teaches Criminal Law, Transnational Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, and International Law at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. His principal research interest is the suppression of transnational crime through international law. He has written numerous articles on the subject. Neil Boister works as a consultant for NGOs in the area of the legal regulation of transnational crime and is currently involved in the development of a Protocol on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco. Finally, he is also the author of a number of pieces including TheTokyo International Military Tribunal, A Reappraisal.
A - Introduction 1. What is Transnational Crime? 2. What is Transnational Criminal Law? B - Crimes 3. Piracy and Maritime Safety Offences 4. Slavery and Human Trafficking 5. Migrant Smuggling 6. Drug Trafficking 7. Terrorism 8. Transnational Organized Crime 9. Corruption 10. Money Laundering 11. Cybercrimes 12. Environmental Crimes 13. Firearms Trafficking 14. Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property 15. Emerging Transnational Crimes C - Enforcement 16. Jurisdiction 17. International Law Enforcement Cooperation 18. Legal Assistance 19. Asset Recovery 20. Extradition of Transnational Criminals D - Institutions, Implementation, and Development 21. Institutions 22. Implementation and Compliance 23. The Future Development of Transnational Criminal Law