Here you can find a few resources which we have found useful to start our explorations:

  • Ambrus M (2013) ‘The European Court of Human Rights and Standards of Proof: An Evidentiary Approach towards the Margin of Appreciation’, in L Gruszczynski and W Werner (eds) Deference in International Courts and Tribunals: Standard of Review and Margin of Appreciation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 235-253.
  • Cole S (2008) Truth Machine: The Contentious History of DNA Fingerprinting. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • El Boudouhi S (2013) L’élément Factuel dans le Contentieux International. Brussels, Bruylant.
  • Grozdanovki L (2020) ‘Le probable, le possible et le vrai: Contribution à la théorie générale de la présomption en droit’ 84 Revue interdisciplinaire d’études juridiques 39-72.
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  • Kelly AH & L McGoey, eds (2018) ‘Facts, Power and Global Evidence: A New Empire of Truth’ 47 Economy and Society 1-26.
  • McGoey, L (2019) The Unknowers: How Strategic Ignorance Rules the World (Zed).
  • Niyungeko G (2005) La Preuve devant les Juridictions Internationales. Brussels: Bruylant.
  • O’Boyle, M (2019) ‘Proof before the European Court of Human Rights’, in H Ruiz Fabri (ed) Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Ruiz Fabri, H & J-M Sorel (eds) (2007) La Preuve devant les Juridictions Internationales. Paris: Pedone.
  • Sandifer DW (1975) Evidence before International Tribunals. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2nd ed.
  • Teitelbaum R (2007) ‘Recent Fact-Finding Developments at the International Court of Justice’ 6 Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 119-158.
  • Twining W (2006) Rethinking Evidence: Exploratory Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.