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A single-volume comprehensive and systematic overview of procedural and organisational aspects of the jurisprudence of the World Court - statement of claims/counter-claims, summary of orders, duration of proceedings, headnotes, texts of the operative paragraphs, composition of the court and declarations and opinion of members, systematic reference on sources of law, composition of litigation teams, etc. This second volume covers the period from 2001 to 2010 and includes case-law digest from 1992 to 2010; identifies analytical patterns on various procedural judicial and non-judicial matter for the first time.
"Patel's work provides us with succinct but accurate freeze-framed accounts of the contentious and advisory proceedings that made their way from the Court's docket into orders, advisory opinions and judgments, thereby presenting a completed puzzle of the Court's work. This work should be of assistance to practitioners, scholars, international law students and any individual commonly interested in the kind of legal issues that form the basis of litigation before the Court..." From the foreword of H.E. Judge Peter Tomka, President, International Court of Justice.