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40 Yale Law Journal 835 (1931)


The author of this book has rendered such useful service to the profession by his digest of the decisions and holdings of international tribunals in his Law and Procedure of International Tribunals and he has in other ways manifested so high a degree of social usefulness that we were entitled to expect more from a work bearing so expansive a title as the one under review. The reviewer was a little taken aback by the statement in the preface that "the only book containing in detail pronouncements of arbitral and other international courts of justice remains the Law and Procedure of International Tribunal by the present author." Thus to overlook the six volume work of Moore, which is still the source book for most work of the kind the author has here undertaken, excites wonder.

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