Description - The Transnational Organized Crime by Professor David McClean
The Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime represents a major step forward in the internationally co-operative fight against transnational organized crime. This book offers a comprehensive, article by article legal commentary on the UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime and its two Protocols on Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants. The Convention was adopted by the General Assembly in 2001, and came into force in 2003 with over 75 State Parties. The Convention defines offences, and lays down rules as to the co-operation of State Parties in various procedures aimed at preventing and detecting those offences, such as mutual legal assistance, extradition, law-enforcement cooperation, technical assistance and training, and the seizure of assets obtained by their commission. This commentary analyses the nature of transnational organized crime, in particular the aspects which the Convention articles address, and examines how it has been implemented since it came into force.
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Author Biography - Professor David McClean
David McClean joined the University of Sheffield after studying at Oxford and was a Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University from 1991 to 1996. He is the country's leading expert in civil aviation law and general editor of the standard text (Shawcross and Beaumont on Air Law); he is also one of the leading private international lawyers and an editor of the standard text (Dicey and Morris on the Conflict of Laws). He regularly works as an adviser to the Commonwealth Secretariat, work which relates to international co-operation both in civil justice and in the fight against international organised crime.