The third volume of the thematic Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law has been published by the editorial team at TRU Law.
“Problems of Interpretation in International Law” features interdisciplinary legal scholarship in public international law.
This thematic focus has attracted contributions from accomplished experts in the field, each occupying diverse academic, judicial and policy-making positions within the international legal community.
“This volume of the CJCCL brings prominent voices together and sets unique perspectives in dialogue,” said co-editor-in-chief and TRU Law Associate Professor Chris Hunt.
Former Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Mr. Louis LeBel, penned the foreward of this edition.
“His thoughtful foreward presents a nuanced picture of the debates and developments, and problems and perspectives, in international law,” added Hunt.
Each volume of the CJCCL is prepared by the student editorial team, under the direction and guidance of editors-in-chief and TRU Law Associate Professors Hunt and Robert Diab, as well as Lorne Neudorf of the University of Adelaide.