Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law
This CUP series was started in 1946 by Professors Hersch Lauterpacht, J.A.C. Gutteridge and A.D. McNair. It was subsequently edited by Professor Sir Robert Jennings. In 1994 it was renewed and has become a vigorous broad-based series of monographs in the broad field of international and comparative law, as envisaged by its founders.
The General Editors of the Series are James Crawford, Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge and John S. Bell, Professor of Law, University of Cambridge.
New titles in the series include:
- The UN and Human Rights: Who Guards the Guardians?, Gugielmo Verdirame, September 2011 (ISBN 9780521841900)
- Complicity and the Law of State Responsibility, Helmut Aust, September 2011, (ISBN 9781107010727)
- State Control over Private Military and Security Companies in Armed Conflict, Hannah Tonkin, August 2011 (ISBN 9781107008014)
- 'Fair and Equitable Treatment' in International Investment Law, Roland Kläger, June 2011 (ISBN 9780521197717)
- Sovereign Defaults before International Courts and Tribunals, Michael Waibel, May 2011 (ISBN 9780521196994)
- Transition from Illegal Regimes under International Law, Yaël Ronen, May 2011 (ISBN 9780521197779)
- The Individual in the International Legal System, Kate Parlett, April 2011 (ISBN 9780521196666)
- Trading Fish, Saving Fish: The Interaction between Regimes in International Law, Margaret Young, April 2011 (ISBN 9780521765725)
- Making the Law of the Sea, James Harrison, April 2011 (ISBN 9780521198172)
- Science and the Precautionary Principle in International Courts and Tribunals, Caroline Foster, March 2011 (ISBN 9780521513265)
- Access to Asylum: International Refugee Law and the Globalisation of Migration Control, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, March 2011 (ISBN 9781107003477)
- The Participation of States in International Organisations, Alison Duxbury, February 2011 (ISBN 9780521192002)
Details of the series and news on forthcoming volumes can be found on the Cambridge University Press website.