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International Law Practice Manual

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ISBN13: 9780455234069
Published: January 2015
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £96.00



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The International Law Practice Manual provides accessible guidance on a range of international legal materials, which illustrates how they can be used to enhance outcomes for Australian legal practitioners, judges and other professionals working in both the public and private sectors.

Consideration of Australia’s obligations under international law is rapidly increasing in policy-making and legal process, yet many lawyers and other professionals remain unaware of what international legal materials are available and how to use them effectively.

As judges increasingly draw upon international law to interpret Australian legislation or support their reasoning, so too must lawyers refer to it in their applications or legal advice to clients. Furthermore, government agencies may be required to comply with those conventions which have been ratified by Australia and have a competent understanding of various international instruments. The Manual will equip lawyers with a sound understanding and working knowledge of how international law interacts with Australian law. It is written in plain English and in a highly accessible format.

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Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
Dedication
Preface
Acknowledgments
Table of Contents
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of International Agreements
Glossary

Introduction
1. The Sources of International Law and How to Use Them Effectively
2. Using Treaties and Interpreting Treaties Effectively
3. Using International Law in Written Submissions
4. Using International Law to Make Effective Oral Submissions
5. Procedural Aspects of International Legal Practice in Australia
6. Accessing Australian and International Institutions
7. Researching International Law
8. Practical Aspects of Human Rights
9. The Implementation of International Environmental Law
10. Aspects of Investment, Trade and International Economic Law
11. Practical Aspects of International Security Law
12. Law and Practice in Extradition and Mutual Criminal Assistance
13. Specialist Issues Relating to International Law

Consolidated Index of the Practice of International Law by Australia
Index