Kleffner

Kleff·ner

(klef'nĕr),
Frank, 20th-century U.S. neurologist. See: Landau-Kleffner syndrome.
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(26.) See Kleffner, supra note 22, at 93 (envisioning the ICC as a complement to national jurisdiction in order to ensure adequate prosecution of such crimes).
Kleffner eds., 2004) (discussing the practice and application of the Sierra Leone.
(5.) See, e.g., JUS POST BELLUM: TOWARDS A LAW OF TRANSITION FROM CONFLICT TO PEACE (Carsten Stahn & Jann Kleffner eds., 2008) (introducing collection of several articles discussing "the origins, contents and contemporary challenges of jus post bellum").
Beth Randall is the President of Mothers From Hell 2 (MFH2) and the mother of four: Alex, 9, who has Landau Kleffner syndrome variant (an epileptic disorder with autistic behaviors), Cassie 11, Amanda, 15, and Neil, 22.
(306.) Jann Kleffner, Some preliminary Thoughts on the Position of the Defence at the New International Criminal Court and the Role of the Netherlands as the Host State, in THE POSITION OF THE DEFENCE AT THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND THE ROLE OF THE NETHERLANDS AS HOST STATE 5 (Martine Hallers et al.