Thomas Baty, an English lawyer who became Legal Adviser to the Japanese Foreign Ministry during the first half of the twentieth century, is one of the most intriguing figures in international law. This paper examines his life and his remarkable body of writing.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Lowe: The Place of Dr. Thomas Baty in the International Law Studies of the 20th Century
Vaughan Lowe (Univ. of Oxford - Law) has posted The Place of Dr. Thomas Baty in the International Law Studies of the 20th Century. Here's the abstract: