Washington Law Review


Within recent years the legal profession has shown remarkable activity in the study of international relations. At Bar Association meetings, resolutions have been adopted; members of the bench and bar have associated themselves with important movements and pronouncements; and international organizations comprising lawyers and judges have borne witness to the widening sphere of interest and action on the part of those to whom law and order make a peculiarly immediate appeal in view of their training and professional activity. The few examples which will be given may serve as justification for an attempt to summarize a number of important developments which have recently taken place, and proposals which have been made in the field of international law and organization.

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