Abstract 2014/1 p. 225

Although the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea has not been in existence for a very long time, it has developed a substantial body of jurisprudence since it first came into existence. The aim of the present contribution is to briefly summarize the main findings reached by the Tribunal in its decisions. The contribution is structured in four parts, dealing respectively with the Tribunal’s case-law in contentious cases, decisions pursuant to requests for provisional measures, “prompt release” cases, and advisory proceedings.


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