Supplemental Readings




The Evolving International Court of Justice
  1. Brauer, International Conflict Resolution: The ICJ Chambers ad the Gulf of Maine Dispute, 23 Va. J. Int'l L. 463-486 (1983).
  2. Hubbard, Separation of Powers Within the United Nations: A Revised Role for the International Court of Justice, 38 Stanford L. Rev. 165-194 (1985).
  3. McWhinney, Special Chambers Within the International Court of Justice: The Preliminary Procedural Aspect of the Gulf of Maine Case, 12 Syracuse J. of Int'l L & Commerce 1-13 (1985).
  4. Oda, Further Thoughts on the Chambers Procedure of the International Court of Justice, 82 Am. J. Int'l L. 556-562 (1988).
  5. Ostrihansky, Chambers of the International Court of Justice, 37 Int'l & Comp. L. Q. 30-52 (1988).
  6. Schneider, The Gulf of Maine Case: The Nature of an Equitable Result, 79 Am. J. Int'l L. 539-577 (1985).
  7. Trendl, Maritime Delimitation and the Gulf of Maine Case: A Guide for the Future or Merely "Slicing the Pie"?, 12 S. Ill. Univ. L. J. 599-653 (1988).
  8. Zimmerman, Ad Hoc Chambers of the International Court of Justice, 8 Dick. J. Int'l L. 1-32 (1989).
  9. Statute of the International Court of Justice, Art. 26.
  10. Schwebel, Ad Hoc Chambers of the International Court of Justice 81 Am. J. Int'l L. 831-854 (1987).
  11. Fisheries Jurisdiction Case (U.K. v. Iceland), 1974 ICJ 3, 20-22 ( 42-48), 148-49 ( 34) (Merits).