A public hearing at the International Court of Justice, The Hague
Dear Visitor to the New International & Foreign Law Community Page,
As site coordinator for the LexisNexis International & Foreign Law Community page and on behalf of LexisNexis’ Team International & Foreign Law, I’d like to welcome you to our new page and our new look. We hope that you will find this new design and approach to be more satisfying and comfortable for you to use. The left hand navigation bar lists our major categories of content and mousing over any one will enable you to engage the fly out that will allow you to glance at what addition content may be found under that category. Should you encounter any technical aspects of this new design that are not to your liking for any reason, please let us know so that we can try to make further improvements.
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