Changes in International Lawmaking Collection

Explore our collection of free chapters and articles on the theme “Changes in International Lawmaking”, created to accompany the European Society of International Law conference held 9-11 September 2021.


Read about how the sources, actors, and mechanisms involved in international lawmaking have developed over time, covering areas such as human rights, criminal law, environmental law, space law, investment law and more.


All content featured here is free to read until 31 October 2021.

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Oxford Law Online

Introduction: The Modern Splendour of Customary International Law

The Discourse on Customary International Law

Alternatives to Treaty-Making— Informal Agreements

The Oxford Guide to Treaties (2nd Edition)

Translating International Law into Domestic Law, Policy, and Practice

Foundations of Global Health & Human Rights

The Dual Legal Nature in Practice

The Concept of an International Organization in International Law

Norm Setting and Transparency and Confidence-Building in Space Governance

War and Peace in Outer Space: Law, Policy, and Ethics

Restitution and Other Remedies for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons

The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law

Power to Resort to Equity

The Function of Equity in International Law

Thinking Law, Talking Law, Doing Law: How

Lawyers Craft(ed) the International Order

Crafting the International Order: Practitioners and Practices of International Law since c.1800

Oxford Journals

Max Planck Encyclopedias of International Law

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