Brill | Nijhoff Publications British influences on the development of international law over 100 years from 1915
Edited by Andraž Zidar and Jean-Pierre Gauci, sheds light on the position, activities and influence of legal advisers in the domain of international law. contributors to the book analyse themes such as influence of various legal traditions (including the British) on the work of legal advisers, their position in the diplomatic decision-making process, the role of ethics in providing legal advice, and their contributions to the development and strengthening of the international legal system.
Edited by Robert McCorquodale and Jean-Pierre Gauci, considers British influences on the development of international law over 100 years from 1915. The issues covered include British influences on treaty-making, recognition and immunity, as well as on specific fields of international law, such as armed conflict, criminal law, environment and human rights.