Dr John Reynolds

Law

Lecturer

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Biography

John joined the Department of Law in Maynooth in 2014. Prior to this he taught at the European Inter-University Centre in Venice, and held the NUI’s EJ Phelan Fellowship in International Law. John holds PhD and LLM degrees in international law from NUI Galway.

John's research focuses on the operation of international law in contexts of conflict, crisis and colonialism. His work is informed by and engages with the insights of Third World Approaches to International Law and postcolonial theory. His writing appears in journals such as the European Journal of International Law, Third World Quarterly, the Journal of International Criminal Justice, the Journal of Conflict & Security Law, the Journal of Legal Pluralism & Unofficial Law, the Journal of International Law & International Relations, and the Palestine Yearbook of International Law. John's recent book on Empire, Emergency and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017) was awarded the Kevin Boyle Book Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship.

John is Programme Director of Maynooth's LL.M in International Justice. He teaches modules on public international law, world trade justice, and economic, social & cultural rights on the Department of Law’s LL.M and LL.B programmes. John is currently supervising a number of Ph.D research students working on projects in fields of international law and legal theory relating to conceptions of genocide, vindication of social rights, and engagement with law by the radical left. He is happy to receive Ph.D proposals in areas of international law, imperialism, social justice, human rights, legal theory and related fields.

Beyond the academy, John worked for several years in Palestine as a researcher for human rights organisation Al-Haq, the West Bank affiliate of the International Commission of Jurists, and continues to work with a number of social movements and civil society organisations. He also sits on Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs Civil Society Standing Committee on Human Rights. 


Research Interests

John’s research focuses on the operation of international law in contexts of conflict, crisis and colonialism. His work is informed by and engages with Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) and postcolonial theory, and explores the fields of legal history, settler colonialism, rights and social justice. He is particularly interested in the racial and political economy dynamics at play in international law’s histories, doctrines and institutions. John’s major research project over recent years examined the evolution and operation of emergency legal doctrines in colonial and post-colonial contexts, and the relationship between colonial states of emergency and international law. His book on 'Empire, Emergency and International Law' was published by Cambridge University Press in 2017, and was awarded the Kevin Boyle Book Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship.

John has also written widely on the question of Palestine, and has published work on praxis and intellectual traditions, race and apartheid, occupation law, self-determination, and international criminal justice. His work appears in journals such as the European Journal of International Law, Third World Quarterly, the Journal of International Criminal Justice, the Journal of Conflict & Security Law, the Journal of Legal Pluralism & Unofficial Law, the Journal of International Law & International Relations, and the Palestine Yearbook of International Law.

John's current major research project aims to look at the relations between international law, imperialism and race/racialisation in the context of migration and border policies. His work also has an ongoing interest in the use of law and legal discourse by social movements.

Research Projects

  Project Role Description Start Date End Date
Third World Approaches to International Law Co-organiser, Editor & Author 01-JAN-15 31-DEC-17
States of Emergency, Colonialism & International Law Doctoral Researcher & Author 30-SEP-09 31-DEC-13

Books

  Year Publication
2017 Empire, Emergency and International Law.
John Reynolds (2017) Empire, Emergency and International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Details]
2017 Third World Approaches to International Law: On Praxis and the Intellectual.
John Reynolds, Usha Natarajan, Amar Bhatia & Sujith Xavier (2017) Third World Approaches to International Law: On Praxis and the Intellectual. Abingdon: Routledge. [Details]
2012 Beyond Occupation: Colonialism, Apartheid & International Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
(co-author) (2012) Beyond Occupation: Colonialism, Apartheid & International Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. London: Pluto Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2017 'Repressive Inclusion'
John Reynolds (2017) 'Repressive Inclusion'. Journal of Legal Pluralism & Unofficial Law, 49 (3):268-293 [Details]
2016 'Disrupting Civility: Amateur Intellectuals, International Lawyers and TWAIL as Praxis'
John Reynolds (2016) 'Disrupting Civility: Amateur Intellectuals, International Lawyers and TWAIL as Praxis'. Third World Quarterly, 37 (11):2098-2118 [Details]
2016 'Placing TWAIL Scholarship and Praxis'
Usha Natarajan, John Reynolds, Amar Bhatia & Sujith Xavier (2016) 'Placing TWAIL Scholarship and Praxis'. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, 33 (3) [Details]
2016 '“The Dark Corners of the World”: TWAIL and International Criminal Justice'
John Reynolds & Sujith Xavier (2016) '“The Dark Corners of the World”: TWAIL and International Criminal Justice'. Journal of International Criminal Justice, 14 (4):959-983 [Details]
2016 'Third World Approaches to International Law: On Praxis and the Intellectual'
Usha Natarajan, John Reynolds, Amar Bhatia & Sujith Xavier (2016) 'Third World Approaches to International Law: On Praxis and the Intellectual'. Third World Quarterly, 37 (11):1946-1956 [Details]
2016 'Third World Approaches to International Criminal Law'
Asad Kiyani, John Reynolds & Sujith Xavier (2016) 'Third World Approaches to International Criminal Law'. Journal of International Criminal Justice, 14 (4):915-920 [Details]
2015 'Anti-Colonial Legalities: Paradigms, Tactics & Strategy'
John Reynolds (2015) 'Anti-Colonial Legalities: Paradigms, Tactics & Strategy'. To be added, 18 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 8-52 [IR Link] [Details]
2013 'Of Humanity and the Law'
John Reynolds (2013) 'Of Humanity and the Law'. 9 Journal of International Law & International Relations [Details]
2013 'Apartheid, International Law, and the Occupied Palestinian Territory'
John Reynolds & John Dugard (2013) 'Apartheid, International Law, and the Occupied Palestinian Territory'. 24(3) European Journal of International Law 867-913 [Details]
2012 'The Political Economy of States of Emergency'
John Reynolds (2012) 'The Political Economy of States of Emergency'. 14(1) Oregon Review of International Law 85-130 [Details]
2010 'The Use of Force in a Colonial Present, and the Goldstone Report’s Blind Spot'
John Reynolds (2010) 'The Use of Force in a Colonial Present, and the Goldstone Report’s Blind Spot'. 16 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 55-77 [Details]
2010 'An Enduring Occupation: The Status of the Gaza Strip from the Perspective of International Humanitarian Law'
John Reynolds & Shane Darcy (2010) 'An Enduring Occupation: The Status of the Gaza Strip from the Perspective of International Humanitarian Law'. 15(2) Journal of Conflict and Security Law 211-243 [Details]
2010 'The Long Shadow of Colonialism: The Origins of the Doctrine of Emergency in International Human Rights Law'
John Reynolds (2010) 'The Long Shadow of Colonialism: The Origins of the Doctrine of Emergency in International Human Rights Law'. 6(5) Osgoode Comparative Research in Law and Political Economy 1-51 [Details]
2009 'International Law from Below'
John Reynolds (2009) 'International Law from Below'. 15 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 433-438 [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2017 ''Peripheral Parallels? Europe's Edges and the World of Bandung''
John Reynolds (2017) ''Peripheral Parallels? Europe's Edges and the World of Bandung'' In: Bandung, the Global South, and International Law: Critical Pasts and Pending Futures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Details]
2013 '’Palestine and the Politics of International Criminal Justice’'
John Reynolds & Michael Kearney (2013) '’Palestine and the Politics of International Criminal Justice’' In: The Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives (Ashgate). [Details]
2012 '’Third World Approaches to International Law and the Ghosts of Apartheid’'
John Reynolds (2012) '’Third World Approaches to International Law and the Ghosts of Apartheid’' In: The Challenge of Human Rights: Past, Present and Future (Edward Elgar). [Details]

Other Journals

  Year Publication
2017 'Routine Emergency in the Jagged Time of Catastrophe'
John Reynolds (2017) 'Routine Emergency in the Jagged Time of Catastrophe' The Nakba Files, 26 March 2017, . [Details]
2017 'Israel and the A-Word'
John Reynolds (2017) 'Israel and the A-Word' Counterpunch, 17 March 2017, . [Details]
2017 'Questioning the state of Israel: decolonisation not demonisation'
John Reynolds (2017) 'Questioning the state of Israel: decolonisation not demonisation' The Irish Times, 18 January 2017, . [Details]
2016 'Challenging the Nakba Through International Law?'
John Reynolds (2016) 'Challenging the Nakba Through International Law?' The Nakba Files, 27 July 2016, . [Details]
2015 'Odious Debt Politics'
John Reynolds (2015) 'Odious Debt Politics' Human Rights in Ireland, 9 February 2015, . [Details]
2015 'On Throwing Stones: Quick Thoughts on Recent Amendments to the Israeli Penal Code'
John Reynolds (2015) 'On Throwing Stones: Quick Thoughts on Recent Amendments to the Israeli Penal Code' Jadaliyya, 25 July 2015, . [Details]
2014 'An Entrenched but Unsustainable Colonial Logic'
John Reynolds (2014) 'An Entrenched but Unsustainable Colonial Logic' The Journal.ie, 18 August 2014, . [Details]
2014 'Socio-Economic Rights & Budget Analysis: Some Notes on Available Resources, “Progressivity” and Non-Retrogression'
John Reynolds (2014) 'Socio-Economic Rights & Budget Analysis: Some Notes on Available Resources, “Progressivity” and Non-Retrogression' Human Rights in Ireland, 16 October 2014, . [Details]
2013 'Apartheid in Occupied Palestine: A Rejoinder to Yaffa Zilbershats'
John Reynolds (2013) 'Apartheid in Occupied Palestine: A Rejoinder to Yaffa Zilbershats' EJIL: talk!, 2 October 2013, . [Details]
2011 'Bertrand Russell’s Legacy'
John Reynolds (2011) 'Bertrand Russell’s Legacy' Jadaliyya, 2 November 2011, . [Details]
2011 'The Spectre of South Africa'
John Reynolds (2011) 'The Spectre of South Africa' Jadaliyya, 29 October 2011, . [Details]
2011 'Palestinian Statehood: To Recognise, or Not?'
John Reynolds (2011) 'Palestinian Statehood: To Recognise, or Not?' Politico, 15 September 2011, . [Details]
2011 'Emergency, Governmentality, and the Arab Spring'
John Reynolds (2011) 'Emergency, Governmentality, and the Arab Spring' Jadaliyya, 10 August 2011, . [Details]
2010 'The Trials and Travel Bans of Shawan J'
John Reynolds (2010) 'The Trials and Travel Bans of Shawan J' Human Rights in Ireland, 24 November 2010, . [Details]
2009 'Five Years after the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Wall: Barriers to Enforcement'
John Reynolds (2009) 'Five Years after the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Wall: Barriers to Enforcement' Adalah Newsletter, July 2009, . [Details]
2009 'Seeking to Uphold Third State Responsibility: The Case of Al-Haq v. UK'
John Reynolds (2009) 'Seeking to Uphold Third State Responsibility: The Case of Al-Haq v. UK' 41 Al-Majdal 12, . [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2018 Repressive Inclusion: Racial Sovereignty and (Post) Colonial Emergency Legalism.
John Reynolds (2018) Repressive Inclusion: Racial Sovereignty and (Post) Colonial Emergency Legalism. [Invited Lecture], Emergency Legal Cultures: British Imperial Legacies, Duke University, 26 February 2018 [Details]
2017 Occupation and Illegalities.
John Reynolds (2017) Occupation and Illegalities. [Keynote Address], Sadaka High-Level Forum – ‘50 Years of Occupation: Roadblocks to Justice’, Dublin, 28 November 2017 [Details]
2017 Representations of the Intellectual: Praxis, Politics and Solidarity.
John Reynolds (2017) Representations of the Intellectual: Praxis, Politics and Solidarity. [Keynote Address], Freedom of Speech and Higher Education – International Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 12 September 2017 [Details]
2017 Lotta anticoloniale: cultura, lingua, identità.
John Reynolds (2017) Lotta anticoloniale: cultura, lingua, identità. [Invited Lecture], Danzando tra i popoli, Blessano, Friuli, 1 Settembre 2017 [Details]
2017 Constructing the State of Emergency.
John Reynolds (2017) Constructing the State of Emergency. [Oral Presentation], Words of Violence: Discourses of Abuse in Conflict, Crisis and States of Emergency, University of Liverpool, 23 July 2017 [Details]
2017 The Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA): Implications for Ireland.
John Reynolds (2017) The Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA): Implications for Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Comhlámh Trade Justice Group, Dublin, 11 July 2017 [Details]
2017 “Let Them Drink Rain”: Rights Discourse, Class Struggle and Irish Water.
John Reynolds (2017) “Let Them Drink Rain”: Rights Discourse, Class Struggle and Irish Water. [Oral Presentation], Law & Society Association - Walls, Borders, and Bridges, México City, 23 June 2017 [Details]
2017 White Nationalist Internationalism? White Slaves, White Genocide, White Zionism.
John Reynolds (2017) White Nationalist Internationalism? White Slaves, White Genocide, White Zionism. [Oral Presentation], Fascism and the International: The Global Order, Yesterday and Tomorrow, Museo de Arte Moderno, México City, 19 June 2017 [Details]
2017 Law’s Violence: Catastophe, Emergency, Colonisation.
John Reynolds (2017) Law’s Violence: Catastophe, Emergency, Colonisation. [Plenary Lecture], International Law & the State of Israel: Legitimacy, Exceptionalism, Responsibility, Cork City Hall & University College Cork, 31 March 2017 [Details]
2016 Violence and (Neo)Colonialism.
John Reynolds (2016) Violence and (Neo)Colonialism. [Chaired Session], Legacies of the Tricontinental: Imperialism, Resistance, Law, University of Coimbra, Portugal, 24 September 2016 [Details]
2016 Hearing Walter Rodney Speak: Learning from the South for Engagement from the North.
John Reynolds (2016) Hearing Walter Rodney Speak: Learning from the South for Engagement from the North. [Oral Presentation], Law & Society Association – Roundtable Panel: Praxis and the Global South, New Orleans, 4 June 2016 [Details]
2016 Investor vs. State Dispute Settlement: A Health Warning.
John Reynolds (2016) Investor vs. State Dispute Settlement: A Health Warning. [Plenary Lecture], Symposium on the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership, Maynooth University—National University of Ireland, 20 April 2016 [Details]
2016 Law’s Violence: Colonial Control and Exceptional Legalities in Palestine.
John Reynolds (2016) Law’s Violence: Colonial Control and Exceptional Legalities in Palestine. [Oral Presentation], Empire & Extra-Territorial Violence, Maynooth University—National University of Ireland, 13 April 2016 [Details]
2016 Deciphering TTIP.
John Reynolds (2016) Deciphering TTIP. [Plenary Lecture], Colloquium: A New Generation of International Trade Deals, Trinity College Dublin, 11 March 2016 [Details]
2015 Anti-Colonial Legalities: Tactics & Strategy.
John Reynolds (2015) Anti-Colonial Legalities: Tactics & Strategy. [Keynote Address], Alternative Strategies for Justice, Birzeit University, Palestine, 14 December 2015 [Details]
2015 International Law's State of Emergency: Re-reading Benjamin’s 8th Thesis on History.
John Reynolds (2015) International Law's State of Emergency: Re-reading Benjamin’s 8th Thesis on History. [Plenary Lecture], Walter Benjamin in Palestine workshop & conference, Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre, Ramallah, Palestine, 11 December 2015 [Details]
2015 The Words of Violence: Discourses of Abuse in Conflict, Crisis and States of Emergency.
John Reynolds (2015) The Words of Violence: Discourses of Abuse in Conflict, Crisis and States of Emergency. [Oral Presentation], European Conference on International Relations: The Worlds of Violence, Sicily, 23 September 2015 [Details]
2015 Amateur Intellectuals & International Lawyers.
John Reynolds (2015) Amateur Intellectuals & International Lawyers. [Oral Presentation], Third World Approaches to International Law Workshop, Maynooth University—National University of Ireland, 11 September 2015 [Details]
2015 TTIP, ISDS, and the Implications for Irish Public Health Policy.
John Reynolds (2015) TTIP, ISDS, and the Implications for Irish Public Health Policy. [Oral Presentation], Irish Cancer Society, Launch of Report on Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership, Dublin, 16 July 2015 [Details]
2015 Law & Language: Medicalised Discourses in Conflict & Crisis.
John Reynolds (2015) Law & Language: Medicalised Discourses in Conflict & Crisis. [Oral Presentation], Discourses of Abuse workshop, School of Law & Social Justice, University of Liverpool, 8 July 2015 [Details]
2015 Third World Approaches to International Criminal Law.
John Reynolds (2015) Third World Approaches to International Criminal Law. [Oral Presentation], Third World Approaches to International Law Workshop, University of Windsor, 8 June 2015 [Details]
2015 Investor, State, Human: ICSID and the Right to Water.
John Reynolds (2015) Investor, State, Human: ICSID and the Right to Water. [Oral Presentation], Harvard Law School – Institute for Global Law and Policy: Heterodox Traditions, Harvard University, 1 June 2015 [Details]
2015 Whither the (Islamic) State?.
John Reynolds (2015) Whither the (Islamic) State?. [Invited Lecture], Irish Society of International Law & Irish Red Cross, Roundtable on Conflicts Involving ISIS, Mansion House, Dublin, 6 March 2015 [Details]
2015 The Amateur Intellectual, the Anti-Colonial Lawyer and the Question of Palestine.
John Reynolds (2015) The Amateur Intellectual, the Anti-Colonial Lawyer and the Question of Palestine. [Oral Presentation], Third World Approaches to International Law – On Praxis and the Intellectual, The American University in Cairo, 22 February 2015 [Details]
2015 The Exception & The Other: Racialised States of Emergency in the (Post)Colony.
John Reynolds (2015) The Exception & The Other: Racialised States of Emergency in the (Post)Colony. [Invited Lecture], Centre for Critical International Law, Guest Lecture Series, University of Kent, 27 January 2015 [Details]
2014 Beyond the Line: Spaces of Exception in the Making of International Law.
John Reynolds (2014) Beyond the Line: Spaces of Exception in the Making of International Law. [Oral Presentation], Towards a Materialist History of International Law, London School of Economics, 5 December 2014 [Details]
2014 The Role of Law in the Palestinian Liberation Struggle.
John Reynolds (2014) The Role of Law in the Palestinian Liberation Struggle. [Plenary Lecture], UN Committee on the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, Parliament of Andalucia, Sevilla, 2 December 2014 [Details]
2014 Socio-Economic Rights and Budget 2015.
John Reynolds (2014) Socio-Economic Rights and Budget 2015. [Invited Lecture], Budget 2015: A Human Rights Analysis, Free Legal Advice Centres, Dublin, 16 October 2014 [Details]
2014 Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership: What is Investor-State Dispute Settlement?.
John Reynolds (2014) Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership: What is Investor-State Dispute Settlement?. [Invited Lecture], TTIP European Day of Action, Unite Trade Union, Dublin, 11 October 2014 [Details]
2014 The European Periphery and the World of Bandung.
John Reynolds (2014) The European Periphery and the World of Bandung. [Oral Presentation], Bandung and the Global South: 60 Years of Transformative International Law, Harvard University, 3 June 2014 [Details]
2014 Alternative Pedagogies of International Law.
John Reynolds (2014) Alternative Pedagogies of International Law. [Oral Presentation], EU COST Action Workshop – Teaching International Criminal Law, London School of Economics, 31 May 2014 [Details]
2013 International Criminal Justice & the Global South.
John Reynolds (2013) International Criminal Justice & the Global South. [Oral Presentation], Critical Approaches to International Criminal Law Workshop, City University, London, 19 October 2013 [Details]
2013 Taking Stock of Third World Perspectives on International Criminal Law.
John Reynolds (2013) Taking Stock of Third World Perspectives on International Criminal Law. [Oral Presentation], Harvard Institute for Global Law & Policy: New Directions in Global Thought, Harvard Law School, 3 June 2013 [Details]
2013 Mapping Emergency Legalities in Colonial Kenya.
John Reynolds (2013) Mapping Emergency Legalities in Colonial Kenya. [Oral Presentation], Law & Society Association – Power, Privilege, and the Pursuit of Justice, Boston, 31 May 2013 [Details]
2013 Settler Colonialism and the Anatomy of Law.
John Reynolds (2013) Settler Colonialism and the Anatomy of Law. [Plenary Lecture], Birzeit Institute of Law – Law and Politics: Strategies of International Law for Palestine, Birzeit University, 8 May 2013 [Details]
2012 States of Emergency and Political Economy.
John Reynolds (2012) States of Emergency and Political Economy. [Oral Presentation], Harvard Law School – Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard University, 4 June 2012 [Details]
2012 The Arab Spring: Rights, Revolution, Reform.
John Reynolds (2012) The Arab Spring: Rights, Revolution, Reform. [Invited Lecture], Workshop on Constitutional Reform & Radical Democratic Change, Cairo, 24 February 2012 [Details]
2011 Governmentality and States of Emergency in the Arab World.
John Reynolds (2011) Governmentality and States of Emergency in the Arab World. [Invited Lecture], Birzeit University / University of Windsor – Beyond Apology & Utopia in the Middle East, University of Windsor, 26 November 2011 [Details]
2011 Emergency, Capitalism, and the Common Good.
John Reynolds (2011) Emergency, Capitalism, and the Common Good. [Oral Presentation], Third World Approaches to International Law – Capitalism and the Common Good, University of Oregon, 22 October 2011 [Details]
2011 The State of Exception: The Vanishing Point of Human Rights?.
John Reynolds (2011) The State of Exception: The Vanishing Point of Human Rights?. [Oral Presentation], International Studies Association – Global Governance: Political Authority in Transition, Montréal, 16 March 2011 [Details]
2010 Forgotten, but not Forsaken?: The Ghosts of Apartheid in International Law.
John Reynolds (2010) Forgotten, but not Forsaken?: The Ghosts of Apartheid in International Law. [Oral Presentation], Irish Centre for Human Rights – Forgotten Rights, Forgotten Concepts, National University of Ireland, Galway, 20 November 2010 [Details]
2010 The Colonial Origins of the Doctrine of Emergency in International Human Rights Law.
John Reynolds (2010) The Colonial Origins of the Doctrine of Emergency in International Human Rights Law. [Oral Presentation], Toronto Group on International Law – Concerning States of Mind, Disturbing Minds of States, University of Toronto, 29 January 2010 [Details]
2009 Anti-apartheid International Law?.
John Reynolds (2009) Anti-apartheid International Law?. [Plenary Lecture], Public Event: Occupation, Colonialism, Apartheid?, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 16 May 2009 [Details]
2009 Sovereignty, Colonialism and the 'State' of Palestine under International Law.
John Reynolds (2009) Sovereignty, Colonialism and the 'State' of Palestine under International Law. [Plenary Lecture], Human Sciences Research Council – Re-envisioning Israel/Palestine, Cape Town, 13 June 2009 [Details]
2008 The Fog of Occupation: The Local Relevance of Humanitarian Law in Israel/Palestine.
John Reynolds (2008) The Fog of Occupation: The Local Relevance of Humanitarian Law in Israel/Palestine. [Oral Presentation], The Local Relevance of Human Rights, University of Antwerp, 18 October 2008 [Details]
2008 Litigating International Law in Domestic Courts.
John Reynolds (2008) Litigating International Law in Domestic Courts. [Invited Lecture], Harvard Law School – International Human Rights Series, Harvard University, 27 October 2008 [Details]
2007 The Use of Lethal Force as a “Counter-terrorism” Measure.
John Reynolds (2007) The Use of Lethal Force as a “Counter-terrorism” Measure. [Oral Presentation], International Commission of Jurists, Eminent Jurists Panel, Ramallah, 24 August 2007 [Details]

Published Reports

  Year Publication
2015 TTIP, ISDS and the Implications for Irish Public Health Policy.
John Reynolds & Josh Curtis (2015) TTIP, ISDS and the Implications for Irish Public Health Policy. Irish Cancer Society, Dublin. [Details]
2010 Legitimising the Illegitimate? The Israeli High Court of Justice and the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
John Reynolds (2010) Legitimising the Illegitimate? The Israeli High Court of Justice and the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Al-Haq, Ramallah. [Details]
2007 Where Villages Stood: Continuing Violations of International Law in Occupied Latroun, 1967-2007.
John Reynolds (2007) Where Villages Stood: Continuing Violations of International Law in Occupied Latroun, 1967-2007. Al-Haq, Ramallah. [Details]
2006 Al-Nu’man Village: A Case Study of Indirect Forcible Transfer.
John Reynolds (2006) Al-Nu’man Village: A Case Study of Indirect Forcible Transfer. Al-Haq, Ramallah. [Details]

Teaching Interests

Public International Law
Law in Society
International Human Rights
Economic, Social & Cultural Rights
World Trade Law
International Criminal Justice