- Fictions of Justice: the International Criminal Court and the challenge of legal pluralism in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kamari Maxine Clarke (2009). ISBN 9780521889100 (Dedicated to Chima Ubani, Nigerian human rights leader killed in a motor accident in 2005).
- The World and Darfur; international response to crimes against humanity in Western Sahara, ed. by Amanda F. Grzyb (2009). ISBN 9780773535350 (In memory of Eric Markusen, prolific writer of genocide studies, who died in 2007).
Back to the past, the 17th and 18th century:
- Johann Gottlieb Heineccius (1681-1741): Leben und Werk by Patricia Wardemann (2007). ISBN 9783631568446
- The Elements of Law. Natural and Politic: Part I, Human Nature, Part II, De Corporo Politico; with three lives / Thomas Hobbes, ed. with an introduction and notes by J.C.A. Gaskin (2008). ISBN 9780199549702
Both books are extremely important for the study of the history of international law. The old and rare books section contains some 10.000 titles of works published before 1850, with fine editions of the works of Grotius, Pufendorf, Burlamaqui, and Bynkershoek to name a few.