The Need for International Court of Justice to Evolve

  • Shivam Bose
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  • Shivam Bose

    LL.M. Student at University of Sydney, Australia

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This paper seeks to examine the recent trend in international law of choosing to approach alternate judicial bodies instead of the judicial arm of the United Nations, the International Court of Justice. Multiple reasons exist for this, but maybe the most important is the inability of individuals and organisations to approach the ICJ. Would allowing non-State actors to approach the ICJ improve its standing in the international forum and add to its docket and help enhance international law principles?


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 1405 - 1417


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