Dedicated to Chandra: International Law and Transitional Governance

From a new edited volume, International Law and Transitional Governance

Finally, we would like to express our profound gratitude for the role played by Chandra Lekha Sriram. Chandra was one of the driving forces behind our collective project on “International Law and Transitional Governance.” She helped us shape the project from the outset, presented a paper in the Florence expert seminar in 2015, and gave feedback to other contributors. Sadly, Chandra passed away during the making of this volume. We considered her a close colleague and a generous mentor. It is a terrible loss for those who knew her and for the discipline she contributed so much to. She will be tremendously missed. She is the reason why we are publishing the volume with Routledge in the Series “Law, Conflict and International Relations,” of which she was the series editor. To honor her and her legacy, we dedicate this volume to her.

—Emmanuel H. D. De Groof and Micha Wiebuschn, eds. International Law and Transitional Governance: Critical Perspectivess. Routledge, 2020.