Author: Edited by Andre Nollkaemper, August Reinisch, Ralph Janik, and Florentina Simlinger
Publication Date: 28 January 2019
The Oxford ILDC online database, an online collection of domestic court decisions which apply international law, has been providing scholars with insights for many years. This ILDC Casebook is the perfect companion, introducing key court decisions with brief introductory and connecting texts. An ideal text for practitioners, judged, government officials, as well as for students on international law courses, the ILDC Casebook explains the theories and doctrines underlying the use by domestic courts of international law, and illustrates the key importance of domestic courts in the development of international law.
Table of Contents
Part I- Vertical Relationship Between International Law and Domestic Law
1. Validity and Supremacy, Andre Nollkaemper & Ernesto Feliz
2. Standing Direct Effect, Consistent Interpretation, Andre Nollkaemper
3. Avoidance and Contestation, Andre Nollkaemper
Part II- Structural and Procedural Areas of International Law
4. Jurisdiction, Cedric Ryngaert, Harmen van der Wilt & Juan Santos Vara
5. Immunities, Riccardo Pavoni and Rosanne van Alebeek
6. International Organizations, August Reinisch & Gregor Novak
Part III- Sources of International Law
7. Law of Treaties, Christina Binder & Catherine Brolmann
8. Customary International Law, Jorian Hamster
9. Ius Cogens, Aristoteles Constantenides
10. Soft Law, Machiko Kanetake
11. International Decisions, Thordis Ingadottir
Part IV-Responsibility and Redress
12. International Responsibility, Andre Nollkaemper
13. Private Remedies for Violations of International Law, Edda Kristjansdottir
Part V- Some Substantive and Functional Areas of International Law
14. Statehood, Self-Determination, Recognition, Aristoteles Constantenides
15. Terrorism, Aristoteles Constantenides
16. Use of Force, Christy Shucksmith & Nigel White
17. International Humanitarian Law, Cedric Ryngaert
18. International Criminal Law, Craig Barker & Bea Myers
19. Amnesties, Claudia Martin
20. Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, Aris Constantenides
21. Environmental Law, Maria Gavouneli & Jorian Hamster
André Nollkaemper is Professor of Public
International Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam.
He is an external Legal Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of
the Netherlands, member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, of the
Institut de Droit International, former President of the European
Society of International Law and member of the Royal Netherlands Academy
of Arts and Sciences.
August Reinisch is Professor of International and European Law at the University of Vienna. He is a member of the International Law Commission, of the Institut de Droit international, and of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, as well as President of the German Society of International Law.
Ralph Janik is a Lecturer at the University of Vienna and Webster University. He specializes in international law and international relations.
Florentina Simlinger is an Assistant at the Section for International Law and International Relations at the University of Vienna where she focuses on international arbitration and climate change law.
Harmen van der Wilt
Juan Santos Vara
Rosanne van Alebeek
[via International Law]