British Influences on International Law 1915 - 2015 published
BIICL is proud to announce the publication of
'British Influences on International Law 1915-2015 edited by BIICL Director Robert McCorquodale and Research Fellow Jean-Pierre Gauci.
The volume is the first of a series of books being published to commemorate 100 years since the setting up of the Grotius Society in 1915. Published by BRILL it provides a novel perspective, which surveys and appraises the contributions of British people and institutions (broadly defined) in documents and international legal forums and their key role in the development, interpretation and application of international law.
The contributors to the book have examined a wide range of different issues including, but not limited to:treaty making, State Immunities, human rights, the law of armed conflict and international environmental law. A second volume in the series, exploring the role of Legal Advisers in International Law is due out by the end of this year. Orders for the volume can be made via the BRILL Website.