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Published: 06 September 2007

368 Pages


ISBN: 9780199206506

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A Common Law of International Adjudication

Chester Brown

International Courts and Tribunals Series

  • The first work to consider the effect of proliferation on the applicable procedural law and available remedies before a range of international courts and tribunals
  • Discrete chapters on individual issues such as rules of evidence, power to grant provisional measures, power to interpret and revise judgments and awards, and availability of remedies, making the book a useful practitioner reference work
  • Examines the proliferation of at least 12 new international courts and tribunals over the last 15 years, and their importance concerning the administration of international justice
  • Covers both expressly conferred and inherent powers of international courts, and searches for the common rules of their exercise and limitations

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