Laws of Encounter: A Jurisdictional Account of International Law
London Review of International Law 1(1) (2013)
36 Pages Posted: 19 Mar 2016
Date Written: September 1, 2013
Drawing on the jurisprudential tradition of jurisdictional thought, this article critically redescribes international law as a law of encounter. The article shows how the actualisation of the state is an ongoing project of international law, and raises the question of the responsibility of the international lawyer in that actualisation.
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