This contribution does not aim to quantify the influence of English courts on the development of international law, but rather to highlight their contribution in that development by focusing on important decisions on the law of immunity and on UN Law and the law of international organisations, and by referring to further notable decisions in other areas of international law. This is done against the background of an understanding of domestic courts as 'agents' of international law development through instigation, reaction, and approval, which is also explained in the paper.
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Tzanakopoulos: The Influence of English Courts on the Development of International Law
Antonios Tzanakopoulos (Univ. of Oxford - Law) has posted The Influence of English Courts on the Development of International Law (in Contemporary Perspectives on British Influences on International Law, Robert McCorquodale & Jean-Pierre Gauci eds., forthcoming). Here's the abstract: