Article 38(1) of ICJ and sources of International Law

Critically discuss whether Article 38(1) of ICJ Statute exhaustively enumerates all sources of International Law.

  1. Malcom Evans (ed.), Hugh Thirlway, THE SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, (2014), 91 []
  2. 6 Malcolm N. Shaw, INTERNATIONAL LAW, Cambridge, 70 []
  3. ibid []
  4. ibid []
  5. Supra n. 2 []
  6. Supra n. 2, p. 70 []
  7. Supra n. 2, p. 106 []
  8. PCIJ, Series A/B, No. 70, p.73, 77; 8 AD, p. 444,450 []
  9. Supra n. 2, p. 106 []
  10. 1968, 50 ILR, p.2 []
  11. Supra n. 9 []
  12. ICJ Reports, 1969, pp. 3,53 []
  13. Supra n. 2, p. 107 []
  14. Conflict between costal and other state regarding the exclusive economic zones []
  15. Delimitation of the zones between states with opposite or adjacent coasts []
  16. Delimitation of the continental shelf []
  17. Supra n.2, p. 108 []
  18. Malcom Evans (ed.), Hugh Thirlway, THE SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, (2014), 111 []
  19. Nuclear Tests (Australia v. France) Judgment, ICJ Reports 1974, p 253, para 43 []
  20. Supra n. 2, p. 122 []
  21. Supra n. 2, p. 114 []
  22. ICJ Reports, 1986, p. 14, 99-100 []
  23. Supra n. 2, p. 115 []
  24. Supra n. 2, p. 116 []
  25. Supra n. 2, p. 117 []
  26. Supra n. 1, p. 95 []