Elgar Companions to the Law and Practice of the UN Specialised Agencies series

Series editor: Nigel D. White, School of Law, University of Nottingham, UK

The Elgar Companions to the Law and Practice of the UN Specialised Agencies series comprises original reference works with each volume in the series bringing specialist areas of knowledge into the broader academic, student and practitioner domain. Covering aspects such as the historical background, rules, procedure, and capacity for law-making of the respective agency, each volume examines the impact that agency has had on a particular field of law, and the role that it plays in the wider world.

Each Companion offers a different way of looking at specialist areas of international law and focuses on the centrality of the specialised (technical or functional) inter-governmental organisation responsible for developing a specific area of international law. With the ever-expanding corpus of international law, these volumes are at the forefront of academic discussion on what are hugely significant areas of international law.
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