Can Sub-Regional and Regional African Courts Promote the Rule of Law? Olufemi Elias

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Abstract

On the contemporary international law scene, there are not many jurists who match the eminence and stature of Abdul G. Koroma. A distinguished lawyer, diplomat and member of the International Law Commission for many years, he has been a key figure in the elaboration, codification and negotiation of important multilateral treaties in diverse areas of international law. He subsequently served, for 18 years, on the bench of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) where he participated in deciding many of the Court’s leading cases during the busiest periods of its history. These outstanding essays, written by renowned judges, scholars and practitioners of international law in honour of Judge Koroma, discuss both classical and contemporary topics of significant relevance to the current and future of international law. The volume will appeal to anyone interested in the ICJ, peaceful settlement of inter-state disputes, law of the sea, international criminal law, international humanitarian law, regional integration and Africa’s contributions to international law.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationShielding Humanity: Essays in International Law in Honour of Judge Abdul G Koroma
EditorsCharles Jalloh, Olufemi Elias
PublisherBrill
ISBN (Electronic)978-90-04-29313-7
ISBN (Print)978-90-04-23650-9
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jun 2015

Keywords

  • Law

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