Sanctions Regimes of Multilateral Development Banks

What Process is Due

In Sanctions Regimes of Multilateral Development Banks: What Process is Due, Jelena Madir examines the type of due process rights that should characterise sanctions regimes of multilateral development banks (MDBs). By benchmarking against comparable regimes, including the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and administrative tribunals of international organisations, the author analyses the extent to which MDBs’ sanctions regimes should be bound by the rules of law, analogous to those of national judicial bodies, and the level of due process and transparency that should be required from these ever-evolving regimes that are generally immune from judicial review.

The book should be of use to scholars, practicing lawyers and legal advisers in government and international organisations, as well as to lawyers whose practice concerns global sanctions and MDBs’ privileges and immunities.

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Biographical Note

Jelena Madir is a Chief Counsel at an international organisation, where she has served as the Secretary of the Sanctions Board. She has also worked in law firms in Washington, DC, Frankfurt and Zagreb, and is admitted to practice in Washington, DC; England and Wales; and to the Roll of Solicitors in the Republic of Ireland.

Readership

The book should be of use to scholars, practicing lawyers and legal advisers in government and international organisations, as well as to lawyers whose practice concerns global sanctions and privileges and immunities of international organisations.

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