The International Judge has long been something that we have seen/ heard much of. This text serves as an excellent introduction into the nature and workings of the 'World Court' and it's sitting judges. The sections dediucated to the requirements for the bench of the ICJ is particuaraly insightful in providing that a great deal more than experience of law is required for one to be deemed competent to take up the post of 'International Judge'. Commendation should also be made regarding the various sections detailing the role played by those judges of the ICJ, particularly in relation to their dealings with the multiple states of the world, who are so often brought before them.
For anyone interested in any aspect of the judicairy and international law, this book is a key text. It provides solid foundation for understanding prior to dealing with the more complex work of the judges of the ICJ.