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EJIL Customary International Law collection
One defect of international law which is surely within the purview of scholars to remedy is indeterminacy over the formation, application, and development of customary international law.
The Journal of Law, Economics and Organization Nobel Prize collection
Did you know that a total of eight Nobel laureates since 1969 have published work in The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization? Read this free collection of classic papers authored by Nobel laureates in economic sciences.
Free collection of resources for Refugee Law
Who is a refugee? What rights do they have? What are transit states’ obligations? What are the duties of the state where a refugee applies for asylum?
How legal history shapes the present
How does legal history shape the present? Alfred L. Brophy, editor of American Journal of Legal History, gives us some insight.
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