Voting Behavior of National Judges in International Courts

@article{Suh1969VotingBO,
  title={Voting Behavior of National Judges in International Courts},
  author={Il Ro Suh},
  journal={American Journal of International Law},
  year={1969},
  volume={63},
  pages={224 - 236}
}
  • Il Ro Suh
  • Published 1 April 1969
  • Law
  • American Journal of International Law
It has been assumed in international adjudication that each state in the litigation should be permitted to have a judge of its own nationality on the bench. This practice of employing national judges in international courts is deeply rooted in the history of arbitration and judicial settlement. Responding to a demand for it, the Committee of Jurists in 1920–1921 embodied the plan in Article 31 of the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice. This article was transferred intact to… 
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