Topic: Public international law

Debevoise promotes PIL lawyer in New York

30 May 2014

ITLOS finds Guinea-Bissau liable over ship detention

17 April 2014

Freshfields names new PIL co-head

03 April 2014

ICJ orders Australia to cease spying on East Timor

04 March 2014

ICJ draws Peru-Chile maritime boundary

28 January 2014

PIL COLUMN: ICJ rules in Hindu temple dispute

09 December 2013

ITLOS orders release of Greenpeace activists

26 November 2013

GENEVA: Using ICJ case law as a fig leaf

07 June 2013

Argentina takes Ghana to ITLOS

16 November 2012

Children of the revolution

Three decades after it was set up to defuse the Iranian hostage crisis, the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal in The Hague is still arbitrating cases worth tens of billions of dollars. Sebastian Perry charts its impact on a generation of practitioners.

27 April 2012

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