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  1. Documents 1 item
    Students may take an unannotated copy of the following documents book into the written exam.
    1. Blackstone's international law documents - Malcolm D. Evans 2015

      Book 

  2. Main Textbook - Essential Purchase 2 items
    There is no single textbook for the module. The two recommended core texts (one of which students may wish to purchase) are:
    1. International law - Malcolm N. Shaw 2017

      Book Suggested for student purchase The latest edition of this will be ordered on publication, currently 30/9/17

    2. International law - Malcolm D. Evans 2014

      Book Recommended

  3. Other Recommended Textbooks 8 items
    1. Brownlie's principles of public international law - James Crawford, Ian Brownlie 2012

      Book Recommended

    2. The Cambridge companion to international law - James Crawford, Martti Koskenniemi 2012

      Book Recommended

    3. Textbook on international law - Martin Dixon 2013

      Book 

    4. International law - Jan Klabbers 2017

      Book Recommended

    5. International law - A. V. Lowe 2007

      Book Recommended

    6. International law - Antonio Cassese 2005

      Book Recommended

    7. Cases and materials on international law - D. J. Harris, Sandesh Sivakumaran 2015

      Book 

    8. Cases and materials on international law - Martin Dixon, Robert McCorquodale, Sarah Williams 2011

      Book 

  4. Digitised Content 4 items
  5. Going beyond your reading list 1 item
    1. You will find further information about the resources available in your subject area via the Law LibGuide

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