Readership: Academics and students in the fields of international law and international dispute settlement; international legal practitioners.
Lorand Bartels, University Lecturer in International Law and Fellow of Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
Lorand Bartels is a University Lecturer in International Law and a Fellow of Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, where he teaches WTO law and public international law. He is a member of the Executive Council of the Society of International Law, and member of the International Trade Law Committee of the International Law Association.
1: Jurisdiction and applicable law
2: Applicable law provision
3: Resolution of conflicts
4: Default rules in cases of silence
5: Implications for general international law