LexisNexis WorkBook: Public International Law
LexisNexis Workbook: Public International Law is an invaluable resource for assessment and exam preparation in international law
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International law is more than a single subject. It is a legal system and differs considerably from domestic law. This can make the study of international law challenging.
Designed for first-time international law students or those wishing to refresh their generalist knowledge, this workbook captures the international legal system’s structural features and supports learning through a series of practice quizzes and problem questions covering all core areas of international law.
Part One of the workbook consists of short topic overviews followed by a mixture of multiple choice quizzes covering the principal features of each topic, and short-answer questions to prompt further reflection and consideration of the relevant concepts. Answers to all questions are provided at the end of each chapter.
The second section of the workbook consists of tutorial and exam-style problems. These build in complexity and scope as the reader works through the materials. At the end of the section are worked answers that explain the applicable law. The book concludes with a section providing general advice on essay writing and exam technique in international law.
The workbook is an essential resource for students and is an ideal companion to any substantive text on international law.
• Supports learning in a complex area of law
• Extensive revision resource
• Includes quizzes, questions, problems and guided answers
• Includes advice on exam technique
Hall, Principles of International Law, 6th ed, 2019
Islam, International Law: Current Concepts and Future Directions, 2014
Pert, Quick Reference Card: International Law, 2014
Triggs, International Law: Contemporary Principles and Practices, 2nd ed, 2011
Tully, Lewis and Quirico, LexisNexis Study Guide: International Law, 2015
Table of contents
Part 1. Topic Quizzes
Chapter 1. The Subjects of International Law
Chapter 2. The Sources of International Law
Chapter 3. The Law of Treaties
Chapter 4. The Law of State Responsibility
Chapter 5. The Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Chapter 6. The Prohibition on the Threat or Use of Force
Chapter 7. Collective Security Measures
Chapter 8. International Law and Domestic Law
Chapter 9. Jurisdiction and Immunities
Part 2. Problem Questions
Part 3. Essay Writing and Exam Technique in International Law