International Criminal Law Review 1: 173–176, 2001. © 2001 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 173 Book Review Practice and Procedure of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, With Selected Materials from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda , John E. Ackerman and Eugene O’Sullivan, Kluwer Law International, XXI + 555 pages, 2000. The Practice of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda , John R. W. D. Jones, Second Edition, Transnational Publishers, XXIV + 666 pages, 2000. For many years, the so-called ‘Green Book’ 1 by John Jones was the only manual related to the law and practice of the ICTY and ICTR. Jones, a former assistant to the first President of the ICTY, Antonio Cassese, who presently works in an international dispute resolution practice in Paris, had put together the provisions, orders, decisions and judgements of both Tribunals into a compendium for practitioners and academics alike, which has always enjoyed great popularity in both Tribunals. Now the competition has arrived: John Ackerman and Eugene O’Sullivan, two defence counsel appearing before the Tribunals, have presented their own ‘Green Book’, 2 with a very similar title. While Jones drew upon his experience
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