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Five, four, three… and counting down? – the outcome of the recent triennial elections at the International Court of Justice –

On November 9, 2023 the regular triennial election for the International Court of Justice (‘ICJ’) took place in order…

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‘Yes, they can …’: PCA national groups of States that are not members of the United Nations and the nomination of ICJ judges

As of today, membership in the United Nations, and with it the status as a contracting party of the Statute of the ICJ as per Art. 93 (1)…

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Casual Vacancies in the ICJ: Law, Practice, and Policy

The irredeemable loss of Judge Antonio Cançado Trindade has triggered a casual election in the International Court of Justice (ICJ), that will take place in November. This…

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Casual Vacancies in the ICJ: Is There a Special Practice?

This blog has regularly published comment on legal issues that emerge in the context of elections to the Bench of the ICJ.

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Election Rules for ICC Judges: A Balanced Bench Through Quasi-Quotas

At its 16th session starting today (Monday 4 December) in New York, the ICC Assembly of States Parties (ASP) will proceed to elect six new judges for…

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ICJ Elections 2017: UN General Assembly and Security Council Elect Four Judges to the ICJ But fail to Agree on a Fifth, yet again! + Trivia Question

On Thursday (Nov. 9), the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council elected four judges to the International Court of Justice (see UN Press Releases…

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Election of Judges to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea

2017 will be a busy year for elections to international tribunals. There will be elections later this year to elect five Judges of the International Court of Justice…

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