By Peaceful Means: International Adjudication and Arbitration - Essays in Honour of David D. Caron

Editat de Charles N. Brower, Joan E. Donoghue, Cian C. Murphy, Cymie R. Payne, Esmé R. Shirlow
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 18 ian 2024
The history of international dispute resolution is long and complex. Peaceful dispute resolution can forestall conflict, promote peace, and provide a framework for co-operation amongst nations. Nowhere is this potential more articulated than in the work of international judge, arbitrator, and professor, David D. Caron (1952-2018). In his work and his scholarship, he modelled how international dispute resolution can promote stability in world affairs.This collection of essays by distinguished scholars and practitioners commemorates and expands upon Caron's work by exploring the work of international dispute resolution institutions and conventions, including the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the five regional courts adjudicating inter-state disputes in Africa, and the Singapore Convention. Other essays consider sociological approaches to international dispute resolution, and whether international dispute resolution can or should be apolitical. The essays converse with the breadth of Caron's work, his key decisions, and his guidance to lawyers, students, judges, and arbitrators.By Peaceful Means is an insightful examination of how international dispute resolution seeks to avert disaster and mitigate discord, and how it might continue to do so in our uncertain future. The collection is an indispensable work for students, scholars, and practitioners of international law, offering a testament to the work and accomplishments of David Caron, written by friends and colleagues, in dedication to his remarkable legacy.
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ISBN-13: 9780192848086
ISBN-10: 0192848089
Pagini: 624
Dimensiuni: 180 x 253 x 44 mm
Greutate: 1.25 kg
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării:Oxford, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Charles N. Brower is an Arbitrator Member of Twenty Essex Chambers, has sat as Judge ad hoc of the International Court of Justice in three active contentious proceedings (2014-2022), sits as Judge of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal (1983-present), and has sat as Judge ad hoc of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (1999-2002). Judge Brower has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Center for American and International Law, the Section of International Law of the American Bar Association and Global Arbitration Review, as well as the Stefan A. Riesenfeld Memorial Award from Berkeley Law School, the Pat Murphy Award from the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, and the Manley O. Hudson Medal from the American Society of International Law.Joan E. Donoghue has been a Judge of the International Court of Justice since 2010 and has served as its President since February 2021. She joined the Court after a career at the U.S. State Department, where she was the senior career attorney from 2007-2010. Judge Donoghue has also been a member of investor-state arbitral tribunals and annulment committees and has taught courses in international law at several law schools and in the regional training program of the United Nations.Cian C. Murphy is a Barrister at Doughty Street Chambers. He is a member of the World Justice Project's Rule of Law Research Consortium, a Fulbright-Schumann Scholar, and author of prize-winning works on counter-terrorism and international law.Cymie R. Payne is an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Ecology and the School of Law at Rutgers University. She appeared as legal counsel before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in its deep seabed mining and fisheries advisory opinion cases, and as expert on environmental reparations in a case before the International Court of Justice. She was counsel for the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) reparations program for environmental damage due to armed conflict. She currently serves as Chair, Ocean Law Specialist Group of the International Union for Conservation of Nature-World Commission on Environmental Law.Esmé R. Shirlow teaches and researches in the fields of public international law, international dispute settlement, and international investment law and arbitration. Esmé is the General Editor of the Australian Year Book of International Law and an Associate Editor with the ICSID Review and Kluwer Arbitration Blog. She is currently Vice President (Australia) of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law, and Co-Chair of the Society's International Economic Law Interest Group. Esmé is admitted as a solicitor in the Australian Capital Territory and maintains a practice in the field of international law advising parties to investor-State and State-State claims. Prior to joining the ANU, she worked in the Australian government's Office of International Law.

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