A common law of international adjudication chester dr brown international courts and tribunals series the first work to consider the effect of proliferation on the applicable procedural law and available remedies before a range of international courts and tribunals discrete chapters on individual issues such as rules of evidence power to grant provisional measures power to interpret and . This chapter focuses on the sources of law that may be applied or taken into account by the various international courts and tribunals and their inherent powers such as the power to determine procedural aspects to review and revise their own jurisprudence and to define their scope of jurisdiction vis a vis the other international courts and tribunals the following chapters examine in detail several procedural issues such as aspects of evidence power to provide for provisional measures . The emergence of a common law of international adjudication has important practical and theoretical implications as it suggests that international courts can also devise common approaches to the challenges that they face in the age of proliferation it also suggests that international courts do not generally operate as self contained regimes but rather that they regard themselves as forming . A common law of international adjudication international courts and tribunals series by chester brown unknown edition. The international courts and tribunals series has been established to encourage the publication of independent and scholarly works which address in critical and analytical fashion the legal and policy aspects of the functioning of international courts and tribunals including their institutional substantive and procedural aspects
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