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2014 DILA PRIZE Mr. Matthew Seet (Sheridan Fellow, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore) for his article “China’s Suspended Death Sentence with a Two-Year Reprieve: Humanitarian Reprieve or Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Punishment?”.
2013 DILA PRIZE Mr. Francis Tom Temprosa (LL.M. Candidate (DeWitt Fellow), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Professor of Law, Ateneo de Manila University School of Law; Professorial Lecturer of Public International Law, Far Eastern University Institute of Law; Senior Lecturer of Public International Law, Miriam College; Legal Adviser, Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines) for his article “Reflections on a Legal Confluence: International Law in the Philippine Court, 1940-2000”.
2012 DILA PRIZE Ms. Jaclyn Neo (Assistant Professor of Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore) for her article “Incorporating Human Rights: Mitigated Dualism and Interpretation in Malaysian Courts”.
2011 DILA PRIZE As no article submitted was deemed by the Editors to be of sufficient merit, it was decided that the Sata Prize would not be awarded for 2011.
2010 SATA PRIZE Mr. Prabhakar Singh (President’s Graduate Fellow, and Associate, Centre for International Law, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore) for his article “Why Wield Constitutions to Arrest International Law”.
2009 SATA PRIZE Mr. Ghanbari Amirhandeh of Iran for his article, “An Examination of the Plea of Self-Defence vis-a-vis Non State Actors”.
2008 SATA PRIZE As no article submitted was deemed by the Editors to be of sufficient merit, it was decided that the Sata Prize would not be awarded for 2008.
2007 SATA PRIZE Dr. Zhu Lijiang (Lecturer, Faculty of International Law, China University of Political Science & Law) for his article “Some Asian States’ Opposition to the Concept of War Crimes in Non-International Armed Conflicts and Its Legal Implications”.
2005 SATA PRIZE Naazima Kamardeen (Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka) for the article “The Erosion of Community Rights to Intellectual Property: An Asian Perspective”; and to Jaemin Lee (Associate Professor, College of Law, Hanyang University, Korea) for the article “The United Nations Security Council and the International Court of Justice: Cooperation, Co-Existence, and Co-Involvement”.
2004 SATA PRIZE Mr. Abraham Mohit, an LLB final year student at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, India. The title of his article was “The Customary Law of International Abductions: Limits and Boundaries”.
2003 SATA PRIZE Ms. Takhmina Karimova of Tajikistan, an LL.M. student at Essex University in the U.K., for her article on “Universal Permissive Jurisdiction for the Violation of Common Article 3 to the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of the Victims of War of 12 August 1949”.
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