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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0521563100
ISBN-13: 9780521563109
Sku: 30094828
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.5H x 6.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  268
 
Although precedent in the International Court of Justice is not binding, the Court relies on its previous judgments as authoritative expressions of its views. In this book, Mohamed Shahabuddeen, a judge in the International Court of Justice, shows the extent to which the Court is guided by previous decisions, and how parties to cases themselves use the Court's decisions when framing and presenting their cases. He also traces the possibilities for future development of the system. Judge Shahabuddeen's analysis of the Court is a major contribution to this important subject.
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Although precedent in the International Court of Justice is not binding, the Court relies on its previous judgments as authoritative expressions of its views. In his book, the distinguished international lawyer Judge Shahabuddeen shows the extent to which the Court is guided by previous decisions, and how parties to cases themselves use the Courts decisions when framing and presenting their cases. He also traces the possibilities for future development of the system. Judge Shahabuddeen's analysis of the Court is a major contribution to this important subject.Although precedent in the International Court of Justice is not binding, the Court relies on its previous judgments as authoritative expressions of its views. In this book, Mohamed Shahabuddeen, a judge in the International Court of Justice, shows the extent to which the Court is guided by previous decisions, and how parties to cases themselves use the Court's decisions when framing and presenting their cases. He also traces the possibilities for future development of the system. Judge Shahabuddeen's analysis of the Court is a major contribution to this important subject.
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Product attributePublisher:   Cambridge University Press
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