Scholarly-Judicial Dialogue in International Law

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
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  • 1 Lecturer, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
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Much has been written about “judicial dialogue” in international law. This article explores a related, but much less studied, concept: “dialogue” between judges and scholars. Through examples taken from the International Court of Justice, the article proposes a classification of such dialogue and argues that it plays an important role in the development of international law.

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