Programação

  • Briefing cases - an introduction

    In this class, we will discuss a short but immensely relevant opinion from the NY Court of Appeals. Babcock v. Jackson (12 N.Y.2d 473 (1963)) is widely regarded as having brought about a Copernican revolution to US conflict of laws, with repercussions in many other countries' jurisdictions.

    Since I am so late in circulating the opinion, you´ll not be required to present a written brief before class (am I not merciful? ;-) ). I'll give you some time to read or finish reading the opinion (30 minutes at most) and then we will proceed to discuss the case according to the IRAC method (fret not: the links to case briefing guides are provided below).


  • 1 - Case of the S.S.Wimbledon

    Permanent Court of International Justice

    J. August, 17th, 1923

    Publications of the PCIJ - Series A - A01

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  • 2 - Case of the S.S.Lotus

    Permanent Court of International Justice

    J. September, 7th, 1927

    Publications of the PCIJ - Series A - A10

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  • 3 - The Corfu Channel Case

    International Court of Justice

    J. April, 9th, 1949

    I.C.J. Reports 1949, p. 4

  • Tópico atual

    4 - Nottebohm Case

    International Court of Justice

    J. April, 6th, 1955

    I.C.J. Reports 1955, p. 4

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