The Reform of the United Nations Administration of Justice System: The United Nations Appeals Tribunal after One Year

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
Louise Otis 3644 Peel St., Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1W9 Canada

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Eric H. Reiter Concordia University 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8 Canada

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This article surveys some emerging issues in the jurisprudence of the new United Nations Appeals Tribunal. Through an analysis of both procedural and substantive questions that the tribunal has faced in its first year (for example specific performance, production of documents, and whistleblower protection), the article offers an assessment of the implementation of the reform of the formal justice system of the United Nations. The developing jurisprudence of the tribunal will be an important indicator of the success or failure of the implementation of an independent system of justice within the United Nations.

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