Denial of justice in international law /
Denial of justice is one of the oldest bases of liability in international law. It has recently taken on a new vitality due to international treaties under which private parties can seek to hold States liable for judicial mistreatment. This book examines several recent cases of great importance.
Cambridge, UK ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Hersch Lauterpacht memorial lectures.
- Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; 1 The renaissance of a cause of action; 2 The historical evolution of denial of justice; 3 Three fundamental developments; 4 The modern definition of denial of justice; 5 Exhaustion of local remedies and denial of justice; 6 Denial of justice by outside interference; 7 Denial of justice by the decision-maker; 8 Remedies and sanctions; 9 The menace of 'obscure arbiters'?; Bibliography; Index.