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Customary international law is one of the two main sources of international law yet there remains considerable uncertainty about the process. Judicial lawmaking at the wto: discursive, constitutional, and political constraints - volume 98 issue 2 - richard h steinberg. Legal philosophy and judicial lawmaking wolfgang friedmann this article is confined to a brief survey of various philosophies and.
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