The British Judges of the International Court of Justice: An Explication? The Later Jurists

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Researcher in Financial Law

Series: Laws and Legislation
BISAC: LAW051000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/PYUP1136

The monograph considers the individual and joint dissertations, separate opinions and dissenting opinions that British judges Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice, Sir Humphrey Waldock, Sir Robert Jennings, Dame Rosalyn Higgins and Sir Christopher Greenwood appended to Judgments and Advisory Opinions of the International Court of Justice. It provides information of the life of, and reviews some of the scholarship of, these judges. In the final chapter, the author endeavours to identify characteristics of the British judges of the International Court of Justice that are shared by some of all of these five jurists – together with their predecessors at the Court, Baron Arnold McNair and Sir Hersch Lauterpacht.

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Table of Contents

List of Tables

Preface

List of Abbreviations

Chapter 1. Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice

Chapter 2. Sir Humphrey Waldock

Chapter 3. Sir Robert Jennings

Chapter 4. Dame Rosalyn Higgins: Life and Scholarship

Chapter 5. Dame Rosalyn Higgins: Judge of the International Court of Justice

Chapter 6. Dame Rosalyn Higgins: The United Nations

Chapter 7. Sir Christopher Greenwood

Chapter 8. Explicating the Contribution of the British Judges to the Work of the International Court of Justice

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About the Author

Index

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