Prøveforelesning: Johann Ruben Leiss
Johann Ruben Leiss ved Institutt for privatrett avholder prøveforelesning over oppgitt emne:
‘The law is not a matter of existence only, but also a matter of interpretation. International law as understood by one country is not necessarily the same as that understood by another country. From this flows the principle of self-interpretation and self-appreciation, according to which “each State establishes for itself its legal situation vis-à-vis other States”’. P. Weil, ‘The Court Cannot Conclude Definitively … Non Liquet Revisited’ (1997) 109 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 109, 119. Is there in international law a principle of self-interpretation and self-appreciation?
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