The Role of International Courts

The Role of International Courts

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International courts have gained substantial influence during the last decades on the most important fields of law. This development has prompted vivid discussions on their proper role. Such debates are being argued with particular fierceness in the United States. But in reality, international courts have long been a predominantly European phenomenon. Based on a conference held in Salzburg, this edited volume contributes to the European model of international courts without being limited to this aspect. For both the academic and the practitioner, the articles and discussions provide a comprehensive insight on themes such as: from diplomacy to judging in international law --- access to international courts --- methods of interpretation --- judicial dialogue --- acceptance and criticisms of judgments --- the European Court of Justice --- the European Court of Human Rights --- the WTO Appelate Body --- United States courts. The contributors include the President of the European Court of Human Rights, the Chairman of the WTO Appelate Body, the President of the EFTA Court, high-ranking members of the European Court of Justice's judicial body, leading international academics, and attorneys in their field of more

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  • Hardback | 316 pages
  • 139.7 x 220.98 x 20.32mm | 430.91g
  • German Law Publishers
  • Germany
  • English
  • 3866530625
  • 9783866530621