Cases & Materials on International Law is a topical and engaging companion for study, offering broad coverage on public international law and placing disputes directly within the context of contemporary debate. The book contains the essential cases and materials that students need in order to fully understand and analyse the international legal system, drawing on a truly global range of jurisdictions and sources. Expert author commentary and notes place selected extracts within the wider legal framework and explain the complexities of the principles of law to students. The sixth edition includes expanded discussion of developing areas, including UN resolutions on climate change and international environmental law, new material from the International Law Commission, and coverage of major events, such as the annexation of Crimea, the legal context for Scottish independence and the UK's exit from the European Union, and the United Nations Security Council's Resolution on Malaysia Airlines MH17.
Author: Martin Dixon,Professor Robert McCorquodale,Robert McCorquodale,Sarah Williams
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Each day the media reports the rapid changes occurring around the world which have a significance for international law. The struggle for self-determination in the USSR and elsewhere, the attempts to control terrorism, the role of the United Nations, the cries for human rights, and the urgent need to protect the environment are all matters addressed by international law. However, too often the treaties, the resolutions, the statements, the cases and the other materials concerning these matters are not readily available to students of international law. Many are in United Nations documents, in national journals or in foreign government publications. As there is an increasing interdependence of the international community, it is important for this material to be easily accessible. This book is a complete collection of cases and materials and contains the material students generally need, covering both the well-established and the developing international law.
Author: Martin Dixon,Martin Dixon (MA.),Robert McCorquodale
Category: International law
This text draws together in one volume a selection of cases, materials and background information on public international law, supplemented by expert commentary and analysis.
Author: David John Harris
Category: International law
International law is a crucial part of national and international affairs in the 21st Century as the process of globalisation proceeds rapidly. This was shown most starkly in the responses to the events of September 11 2001. The book is a vital tool to understand and analyse these affairs. This is a fully revised edition that includes recent materials on: international economic law, such as the responses to the "anti-globalization" protests; the regulation of the use of force, includingactions in Afghanistan; the territorial administrations by the UN, as in East Timor; the increasing developments in international human rights law, such as the coming into force of the International Criminal Court and national human rights legislation; the clear obligations on States under international environmental law; and the role of non-state actors in the international community.
Author: Robert McCorquodale,Martin Dixon
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
These materials are prepared primarily with a view to their use in the introductory course in International law taught in the University of Michigan Law School, and are issued in this form on a tentative and experimental basis.
Author: William Warner Bishop
Since the Amsterdam Treaty of 1997 empowered the EC to adopt rules in the field of conflicts of laws, legal instruments have been adopted that provide common rules on issues that touch upon the day-to-day life of European citizens. There are now instruments covering jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, family matters and maintenance obligations, and the law applicable to contractual and non-contractual obligations, legal separations and divorces. There is also legislation establishing swift procedures for recovering claims abroad, ie the European Enforcement Order, the European Order for Payment Procedure and the European Small Claims Procedure, and legislation regulating cross-border insolvency proceedings and judicial assistance in the field of service of documents, taking of evidence and access to justice. This long list of EU legislation is not exhaustive of EU conflicts of laws rules: numerous further provisions are scattered among other EU legislation, eg directives on consumer, labour and insurance contracts; company law; IP rights; securities; privacy; and so on. Besides this the European Court of Justice has issued many judgments addressing relevant aspects of the conflict of laws found in the acquis communautaire in this field. This book, which assembles all the relevant EU legislation and ECJ decisions in one place, provides a guide to the maze of legal instruments now in place, supplemented by brief commentaries identifying the leading principles and anticipating future developments.
Author: Stefania Bariatti
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Publisher: West Publishing Company
Category: International and municipal law
Author: Paula Giliker,David Harris,Sandesh Sivakumaran
Author: Joseph M. Sweeney,Covey T. Oliver,Noyes E. Leech
Publisher: Foundation Pr
This book is a companion to the seventh edition of the internationally acclaimed HARRIS' CASES AND MATERIALS ON INTERNATIONAL LAW. Offering carefully selected materials and expert commentary, AN AUSTRALIAN COMPANION TO HARRIS' CASES MATERIALS ON INTERNATIONAL LAW is designed to provide readers with a comprehensive treatment of International law from an Australian perspective. Updated to reflect recent developments in the law, the second edition significantly expands on the coverage of the first edition and includes two additional, entirely new, chapters: International Criminal Law and International Environmental Law. The content and scope of this companion make it an ideal text for generalist International Law courses in Australia.
Cases and Materials on International Law
Author: Anthony Cassimatis
Publisher: Lawbook Company
Taking a fresh and modern approach to the subject, this fully revised and restructured textbook provides everything necessary to gain a good understanding of international commercial litigation. Adopting a comparative stance, it provides extensive coverage of US and Commonwealth law, in addition to the core areas of English and EU law. Extracts from key cases and legislative acts are designed to meet the practical requirements of litigators as well as explaining the ideas behind legal provisions. Significant updates include new material on the recast of the Brussels I Regulation, the impact of EU law on choice-of-court agreements and arbitration agreements, and controversial decisions on antisuit injunctions. A companion website features important updates to the law.
Text, Cases and Materials on Private International Law
Author: Trevor C. Hartley
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: John Humphrey Carlile Morris,Peter Machin North
Category: Conflict of laws
In this thorough revision and update of a classic international law casebook, you will find a comprehensive introduction to the international law of today. The authors have written a highly teachable text that ensures students learn the foundations as well as the latest developments in international law--from the law of piracy to the law of cyberspace. The authors are noted specialists with years of experience in both the practice and teaching of international law. They believe this book will uniquely prepare students for the global practice of law.
Author: Mary Ellen O'Connell,Richard Scott,Naomi Roht-Arriaza
Publisher: Foundation Press
Recognized as the leading text on arbitration, Carbonneau's Cases and Materials reflects years of teaching arbitration at U.S. law schools and international law faculties, like McGill and Queen Mary College, London. The volume is a pioneering work. The Fourth Edition represents a complete make-over; it is clear, straightforward, and analytical. Coverage is comprehensive and cutting-edge: from the validity of agreements and awards to opt-in provisions, the action to clarify awards, and penalties for frivolous vacatur petitions. All forms of arbitration are treated. The materials explain basic concepts and emphasize the significance of contract freedom, arbitrability, and federal preemption.
Author: Thomas E. Carbonneau
Publisher: Thomson West
International law is a rapidly growing area and Australian cases are mounting. In view of world events over the last few years, it is timely for a case book to highlight that Australia is part of an international community and is subject to international law. Can be used as a supplement to Harris' volume on this subject.
An Australian Supplement
Author: Jean-Pierre L. Fonteyne,Anne McNaughton,James Stephen Stellios
Category: International and municipal law
Cases and Materials on EU Law is a highly respected EU law text and the only cases and materials book in the field. With his clear, engaging writing style, Stephen Weatherill presents the main constitutional and substantive areas of EU law alongside the themes and principles that have shaped the development of the EU and its policies. The 12th edition provides a wealth of carefully selected case law alongside engaging extracts and materials to help explain the complexities of EU law in a contextualized and thought-provoking manner. Insightful author notes and questions accompany each extract, providing valuable additional detail to challenge understanding and encourage students to engage critically with the material. This title is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre, providing students with extra learning materials including: - an interactive map of Europe - a timeline of the EU - video footage - a guide to further web resources - a table of equivalences - legal updates - guidance for lecturers on using the book when teaching.
Author: Stephen Weatherill
Publisher: Oxford University Press