Regina’s principal research interest lies in criminal procedures, both national and international.
Her work on international criminal courts focusses on the relationship between the different stakeholders as well as between legal and public understanding of international criminal justice.
Regina’s research is in the area of plea bargaining, which takes a comparative approach, looking at common law, civil law and international law approaches and questions the functions of the modern criminal trial.
Her criminological research uses different criminological models and theories to explain group violence in large scale atrocities. Regina is also interested in the areas of victims of international crimes, private military firms and the impact of armed conflict on the environment.
Affiliate research group(s)
Centre for Law, Policy and Society (CLPS),Centre for International Intervention,Surrey International Law Centre ,Migration@Southampton
Dr Regina E Rauxloh
Southampton Law School Building 4 University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ UK
Telephone:(023) 8059 3819