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LJIL SYMPOSIUM ON THE EFFECT OF INTERNATIONAL JUDGES’ PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS ON THEIR JUDGING

By Gregor Maučec & Shai Dothan As a relevant and timely contribution to the studies of international judging, this Symposium Issue edited by Gregor Maučec & Shai Dothan and forthcoming in the Leiden Journal of International Law examines – from legal, sociological and political science perspectives – the role and impact of international judges’ personal backgrounds on their decision-making and reasoning. Contents include: Gregor Maučec & Shai Dothan, “The Effects of International Judges’ Personal Characteristics on Their Judging”, click to read: https://t.co/pnNfqBIOYO Here is the abstract: This Symposium Issue looks at how personal traits of international judges matter in their…