Shielding Humanity: Essays in International Law in Honour of Judge Abdul G. Koroma
On the contemporary international law scene, there are not many jurists who match the eminence and stature of Abdul G. Koroma, who served as distinguished judge of the International Court of Justice for 18 years. This volume of outstanding essays, Shielding Humanity, written by renowned judges, scholars and practitioners of international law in honour of Judge Koroma, discuss both classical and contemporary topics of significant relevance to the current and future of international law.
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