TITLE

Five World Court Judges Start Terms

PUB. DATE
April 1976
SOURCE
American Bar Association Journal;Apr76, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p521
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that five judges have entered on nine-year terms as members of the International Court of Justice on February 5, 1976 after election by the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council. Membership of the court; Re-electionist and new appointments to the court; Members of the court whose terms are scheduled to expire in 1979.
ACCESSION #
4798615

 

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