I would do one color for one topic. I divided them into general (institutions, etc.), competences and lawmaking, direct actions before the court, free movement of persons, and free movement of goods. Good luck with the resit!
There is a contents section at the beginning of the book. Save yourself some time and just use that in the exam. If you know where the sections are located in the book you'll find it easier instead of randomly tabbing everything. I found this worked for EU law, but obviously not for International law. Good luck!
Hey, this year's course is starting soon and I was wondering if anyone could provide information on what books we should buy? The course book lists 4 books but buying all of them is incredibly expensive. Does anyone have tips as to what books are less necessary or include information that can be easily found online?
Binding force of Security Council resolutions (not limited to Chapter VII)
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Jurisdiction to prescribe is only allowed when it is supported by a permissive principle of international law
So where to find the permissive principles or are these the territoriality, active nationality, ... principles?
All UN member states are automatically parties to the ICJ Statute and non-UN member states are allowed to become parties to the ICJ statute (Art 93 (2)), for example, Switzerland recognized ICJ jurisdiction over its states activities in 1948 but became a member of the UN in 2002
I am pursuing LLB with the University of London through distance learning. I am in dire need of study materials like short notes for Eu Law, Equity and Trust, Administrative law and Jurisprudence for me to complete my LLB Programme. I don't have a financial capacity to buy text books on line. So help me please.