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Q & A Revision Guide: International Law: 2011-2012 (2nd Revised edition)

Our Price: £12.99 
Author(s): Breau, Susan;
Classification(s): International law; Law: study & revision guides;
Series: Blackstone's Law Q & A S.
ISBN-13: 9780199599943
ISBN-10: 0199599947
Publication Date: 13 Jan 2011
Imprint: Oxford University Press
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Dimensions: W: 155 mm / H: 234 mm

No matter how good your research and study skills, the ultimate test for the law student is the exam. This book explains how to tackle problem and essay questions typically found in exam papers, and how to draft successful answers. The author clearly guides students through the process of planning and structuring answers, providing essential advice on what to include and what to leave out. The book's 50 questions and model answers are divided into chapters covering all major topics. Each question is supported by clear commentary indicating exactly what examiners are looking for, followed by an answer plan listing key points to cover. Chapters begin with an introduction focusing on important points, and end with suggestions for further reading. Online Resource Centre An Online Resource Centre accompanies the book, providing revision and exam advice, links to useful websites, and a glossary to develop students' understanding of subject-specific terms.

1. The development of public international law;

2. Sources of public international law;

3. The law of treaties;

4. International law and municipal law;

5. Legal personality and the creation of states;

6. Territory;

7. Law of the Sea;

8. Jurisdiction;

9. State and diplomatic immunity;

10. State responsibility;

11. Arbitration and judicial settlement of disputes;

12. Use of force by states - unilateral;

13. Use of force by states - multilateral;

14. International human rights law;

15. International humanitarian law and international criminal law



Author Biography

Susan Breau is a Reader in International Law at the University of Surrey.

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