Author Archives: Edwin Bikundo

About Edwin Bikundo

Edwin Bikundo is a Senior Lecturer at the Griffith Law School, Griffith University, Australia. Edwin’s current teaching and research interests lie in International and Comparative Law, Legal Theory, and Law and the Humanities. He is a Co-Managing Editor of the Griffith Law Review, Co-Editor of the Routledge Law Book Series: TechNomos: Law, Technology, Culture, and past Secretary of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia.

Barbarian International Law

This essay is part of a symposium on Gerry Simpson’s The Sentimental Life of International Law. All contributions to the symposium can be found here. Gerry Simpson has written what he is pleased to describe—tongue firmly placed in cheek—in the alternative as “the most useless book in the history of international law,” presumably saving any timid would-be-readers the trouble of checking for themselves. What the intrepid rest of us do get instead are six chapters showcasing in typical Simpsonian fashion what is possible in writing Continue reading →