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Dr Regina E Rauxloh LLM (Warwick University) PhD (Warwick University)

Associate Professor in International Crime Law

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Dr Regina E Rauxloh is Associate Professor within Southampton Law School at the University of Southampton.

Regina received her first law degree (Erstes Juristisches Staatsexamen) from the University of Potsdam in Germany and both her LLM in Law in Development and her PhD from the University of Warwick.

She joined Southampton Law School in 2013 after having worked for nine years at the School of Law at the University of Surrey. Before she worked as research assistant and part-time teacher at the School of Law of the University of Warwick.

Research interests

My principal research interests are in criminal procedure both at international and national level. My 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. I am especially interested in the procedures of the International Criminal Court and the role this institution should take in international justice, in particular the relationship with domestic procedures and in the development of corporate crimes and crimes against the environment.

I am also interested in comparative criminal law, such as plea bargaining, the role of police, and human trafficking.


Affiliate research groups

Centre for International Intervention, Surrey International Law Centre , Migration@Southampton

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Book Chapters

International Criminal Law
Contract Law

Dr Regina E Rauxloh
Southampton Law School Building 4 University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ UK

Room Number: 4/2009

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