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The Life of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, qc, fba, lld, written by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht

In: Nordic Journal of International Law
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  • 1 University of Oslo, Norway
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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010 (paperback 2012). isbn 978-1-107-00041-4; 505+xii pages; price: gbp 99.99

It is perhaps a cliché to say that the history of international law seems to attract an increasing level of academic interest, embodied in a ‘turn to history’.1 Histories of international law can be told in different ways. For example Grewe’s seminal 1984 work The Epochs of International Law (Epochen der Völkerrechtsgeschichte in the original German) is structured around ‘epochs’, which again build on specific events and ideas.2 Koskenniemi’s modern classic The Gentle

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