Customary International Law as a Source of Law

Note: This blog post maybe outdated.  An Introduction to Sources of Law Article 38 (1) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is considered as an authoritative statement on sources of international law. The ICJ is requested to form its opinion based on customary international law evidenced by “general practice accepted as law”.Continue reading “Customary International Law as a Source of Law”

6.1. Prescriptive and Enforcement Jurisdiction: Territorial and Extraterritorial Application

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