The Competing Jurisdictions of International Courts and Tribunals - International Courts and Tribunals (Hardback)Yuval Shany (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 418
Weight: 778 g
Dimensions: 241 x 164 x 27 mm
In making proposals to mitigate the problem of jurisdictional competition, [Shany's] work is valuable both as a practical tool for those faced with such dilemmas, and also as an aid to a better theoretical understanding of the emerging international judicial system. * The European Journal of International Law *
This is a significant contribution as it is the first major work to consider the application in public international law of doctrines developed and applied traditionally as part of private international law. * The European Journal of International Law *
... the first in OUP's new series on international courts and tribunals. * The European Journal of International Law *
... a work that is indispensable for any library collection housing literature on international courts. * ASIL Newsletter (American Society of International Law) *
... an unparalleled panorama for anyone desiring both a bird's eye view as well as notable detail about the potential concurrent exercises of subject matter jurisdiction. * ASIL Newsletter (American Society of International Law) *
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