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|Title:||Judges ad hoc and the international tribunal for the law of the sea: An overview of its practice|
|Authors:||De Herdt, Sandrine W.|
|Keywords:||Practice of the Tribunal|
Institution of judge ad hoc.
Law of the Sea
Statute of the International Tribunal
|Publisher:||Journal of International Dispute Settlement|
|Citation:||De Herdt, S.W. (2020). Judges ad hoc and the international tribunal for the law of the sea: An overview of its practice. Journal of International Dispute Settlement. 11(03), pp.438-458.|
|Abstract:||The Statute of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea makes provision for the appointment of judges ad hoc. Out of the 29 cases submitted to the Tribunal to date, 22 judges ad hoc were appointed in 15 cases. This article provides an overview of the practice of the Tribunal with respect to the institution of judge ad hoc.|
|Appears in Collections:||JGU Research Publications|
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