in Domestic Courts
Recent decades have brought international tribunals and municipal courts closer together in exercising their judicial functions as both apply international law to international or transnational cases more often than ever before. They simply cannot remain in the splendid isolation they used to enjoy, and in fact many judicial organs do recognise this momentous shift in the relations between international and national adjudications. As the frontiers of international and national spheres are becoming blurry, judicial activism reaches beyond the traditional limits and judges resolve to be more engaged in administering international law. For further details, please refer to the e-flyer.
20 October 2022 (Thursday)