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A library subject guide detailing handy resources for the study of international law.
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New books in the Library: International Law


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Advanced Introduction to International Conflict and Security Law - Nigel D. White
Call Number: Law 341.6 136
ISBN: 9781783473526
Publication Date: 2014-04-30

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Regional Approaches to the Protection of Asylum Seekers - Francesca Ippoloto; Ademola Abass
Call Number: Law 342.083 30
ISBN: 9781409442974
Publication Date: 2014-03-28

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Digest of ICSID Awards and Decisions: 1974-2002 - Richard Happ; Noah Rubins
Call Number: Law 346.092 53
ISBN: 9780199641154
Publication Date: 2013-05-19

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Modern Treaty Law and Practice - Anthony Aust
Call Number: Law 341.37 53 B
ISBN: 9781107685901
Publication Date: 2013-10-24

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The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - Sarah Joseph; Melissa Castan
Call Number: Law 341.48 136
ISBN: 9780199641949
Publication Date: 2013-09-15

MARPOL : Annex VI and NTC 2008 with guidelines for implementation - IMO
Call Number: Law 344.046343 11
ISBN: 9789280115604
Publication Date: 2013

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Principles of International Economic Law - Matthias Herdegen
Call Number: Law 343.087 73
ISBN: 9780199579877
Publication Date: 2013-03-01

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Non-Legality in International Law - Fleur Johns
Call Number: Law 341.1 204
ISBN: 9781107014015
Publication Date: 2013-01-03

International Law Subject Guide

This guide provides an overview of resources available for the study of international law and the related field of human rights law. See tabs above for more information.

For information related to human rights generally, rather than from a law perspective, please see the Human Rights subject guide.

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    RP Law & Business Series: Business & Human Rights

    6 August 2014

    Issues of human rights are now central to the way in which business engages in cross-border transactions. The publication in 2011 of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights highlights in many different ways the relevance of the conduct of corporations and their complicity in human rights abuses to the protections granted by the legal system. The doctrine of necessity and how it responds to the new globalised world of business is one of the most important developments in international law and one that all businesses and their advisors must understand, leading to practical implications in the structuring and conduct of cross border transactions.

    About the speakers:

    Donald Robertson, Senior partner, Herbert Smith Freehills practises international law and international arbitration arising from commercial transactions. He is an affiliate of the Sydney Centre for International Law, and a member of the Journal of Contract Law's editorial board. An Adjunct Professor of Law at University of Sydney Law School, Donald teaches international contract law and related subjects.

    Associate Professor Ian Lee, (University of Toronto)clerked with Justice Claire L'Heureux-Dubé of the Supreme Court of Canada and Justice Mark MacGuigan of the Federal Court of Appeal, and later served as a legal researcher with the Privy Council Office.

    Chair: Professor Jennifer Hill, Sydney Law School

     

        

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