The Function of Law in the International Community

Front Cover
The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2000 - Law - 469 pages
0 Reviews
Lauterpacht, H[ersch]. The Function of Law in the International Community. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933. xxvi, 470 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 00-022124. ISBN 1-58477-090-2. Cloth. $90. * Lauterpacht disputes the widely held viewpoint in the international community that international law has inherent limitations and is incapable of unification, and presents his treatise in a well-researched technical format. "While on the surface Dr. Lauterpacht's study is an analysis of the judicial process, it embraces practically the whole philosophy of international law. However, it is less the scope than the manner of handling the subject which makes this book one of the most outstanding contributions to the science of international law." Francis Deak, Columbia Law Review 34:797. Marke, A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University 637.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

V
3
VI
4
VII
6
VIII
9
IX
10
X
12
XI
13
XII
14
XCVIII
232
XCIX
235
C
237
CI
243
CII
245
CIII
248
CIV
250
CV
254

XIII
16
XIV
17
XV
18
XVI
19
XVII
21
XVIII
26
XIX
27
XX
29
XXI
32
XXII
34
XXIII
37
XXIV
38
XXV
40
XXVI
42
XXVII
45
XXVIII
46
XXIX
49
XXX
51
XXXI
52
XXXII
54
XXXIII
56
XXXIV
60
XXXV
63
XXXVI
65
XXXVII
70
XXXVIII
71
XXXIX
72
XL
73
XLI
74
XLII
76
XLIII
77
XLIV
79
XLV
81
XLVI
85
XLVII
88
XLVIII
90
XLIX
93
L
94
LI
96
LII
97
LIII
100
LIV
105
LV
107
LVI
110
LVII
111
LVIII
115
LIX
119
LX
123
LXI
127
LXII
131
LXIII
134
LXIV
137
LXV
139
LXVI
144
LXVII
145
LXVIII
147
LXIX
148
LXX
149
LXXI
151
LXXII
153
LXXIII
157
LXXIV
160
LXXV
163
LXXVI
166
LXXVII
168
LXXVIII
173
LXXIX
177
LXXX
183
LXXXI
187
LXXXII
189
LXXXIII
191
LXXXIV
194
LXXXV
196
LXXXVI
197
LXXXVII
199
LXXXVIII
202
LXXXIX
203
XC
205
XCI
208
XCII
211
XCIII
215
XCIV
220
XCV
224
XCVI
228
XCVII
230
CVI
257
CVII
260
CVIII
262
CIX
265
CX
267
CXI
270
CXII
272
CXIII
276
CXIV
280
CXV
283
CXVI
286
CXVII
288
CXVIII
290
CXIX
292
CXX
295
CXXI
298
CXXII
300
CXXIII
301
CXXIV
303
CXXV
304
CXXVI
307
CXXVII
308
CXXVIII
310
CXXIX
311
CXXX
313
CXXXI
316
CXXXII
318
CXXXIII
321
CXXXIV
324
CXXXV
328
CXXXVI
330
CXXXVII
331
CXXXVIII
332
CXXXIX
333
CXL
336
CXLI
339
CXLII
342
CXLIII
344
CXLIV
349
CXLV
351
CXLVI
353
CXLVII
357
CXLVIII
359
CXLIX
361
CL
363
CLI
366
CLII
369
CLIII
372
CLIV
374
CLV
377
CLVI
378
CLVII
383
CLVIII
385
CLIX
386
CLX
387
CLXI
390
CLXII
391
CLXIII
393
CLXIV
395
CLXV
399
CLXVI
400
CLXVII
402
CLXVIII
403
CLXIX
405
CLXX
407
CLXXI
409
CLXXII
412
CLXXIII
415
CLXXIV
416
CLXXV
418
CLXXVI
420
CLXXVII
423
CLXXVIII
426
CLXXIX
431
CLXXX
434
CLXXXI
439
CLXXXII
440
CLXXXIII
441
CLXXXIV
444
CLXXXV
445
CLXXXVI
448
CLXXXVII
449
CLXXXVIII
451
CLXXXIX
453
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2000)

Sir Hersch Lauterpacht (1897 1960) has been generally acknowledged as one of the most distinguished and influential international lawyers of the 20th century. He was formerly Whewell Professor of International Law in the University of Cambridge and a Judge of the International Court of Justice.

Bibliographic information