Curtis A. Bradley
- Treaties, application — Customary international law
the topics addressed in this book illustrate the rich and varied role that international law plays in the U.S. legal system. Sometimes this role involves direct application of treaties or customary international law by the courts, but often it involves something else: codification by Congress; implementation through executive branch orders or regulations; indirect application through statutory interpretation; or a fusion of international and domestic legal principles in judicially developed common law. Indeed, a central theme of the book is that domestic law and...