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Jurisdiction to Adjudicate Under Customary International Law

Dodge, William S; Roberts, Anthea; Stephan, Paul B


In a recent post, Dean Austen Parrish questions whether the soon-to-be-published Restatement (Fourth) of Foreign Relations Law is “remaking international law” when it says that “[w]ith the significant exception of various forms of immunity, modern customary international law generally does not impose limits on jurisdiction to adjudicate.” As reporters for Restatement (Fourth), we thought it might be useful to explain why this statement fairly reflects customary international law today.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018-09-11
Type: Blog post
Source: OpinioJuris
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher website


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