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ILDC: Three Notable Cases

October 31, 2016

Domestic court decisions dealing with international law are significant not only as potential authoritative determinations of international law, but also because of what they tell us about a respective domestic legal system’s distinctive approach and relationship to international law.

Gregor Novak, Associate Editor for ILDC (University of Vienna) examines three notable cases from Canada, Germany, and Japan, illustrating the dual utility of domestic court decisions dealing with international law.

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