Posted by: bklunk | March 25, 2007

More Work for Lawyers

Adjudication in international law is complicated.  Sometimes the suits are filed in national court systems, sometimes in international systems.  Countries are typically represented by (you guessed it) their lawyers.  When crimes against humanity are involved the defendants are often individual people.

World Court….

How do countries sue eachother for stuff like pollution and crimes of humanity?   If so, how are countires represented? 

Sorry, just read this all in the book, and is interesting!


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