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Documents Supplement to International Law and Litigation in the United States, Second Edition (American Casebook Series)
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Documents Supplement to International Law and Litigation in the United States, Second Edition (American Casebook Series) by Jordan J. Paust, Jon M. Van Dyke, Linda A. Malone

This Documents Supplement is designed to accompany International Law and Litigation in the U.S. Nearly every problem and note in the casebook in some way involves the application of documentary law. Supplement documents include Charter of the United Nations; Statute of the International Court of Justice; North Atlantic Treaty; Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Treaty on Extradition between Canada and USA; International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights; and International Convention Against the Taking of Hostages Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Author: Jordan J. Paust, Jon M. Van Dyke, Linda A. Malone

Language: English

Edition: 2nd

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 593

Publisher: West

Publication Date: 2005-11-01

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ISBN: 0314162682


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