Richard Young


Many of the disputes that arise in international law mirror those in private and public practice law, the major difference being on an international scale the actors are different. The same set of skills lawyers bring to the equation are the same, with negotiation taking center stage. The author presents a thoughtful discussion of what qualities a lawyer should posess if he or she wishes to enter international law.





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