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Science and Judicial Reasoning

The Legitimacy of International Environmental Adjudication

This pioneering study on environmental case-law examines how courts engage with science and reviews legitimate styles of judicial reasoning. Les mer
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This pioneering study on environmental case-law examines how courts engage with science and reviews legitimate styles of judicial reasoning.

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Part I. The Three-Fold Challenge of Engaging with Science in International Environmental Adjudication: 1. Introduction to a comparative study on judicial engagement with science; 2. The rules of judicial engagement with science: a three-fold challenge; Part II. Techniques for Judicial Engagement with Science in the Practice of International Courts and Tribunals: 3. Judicial engagement with science in the environmental case-law of the international court of justice; 4. Science in the practice of inter-state arbitral tribunals; 5. Science in the environmental jurisprudence of regional human rights courts; 6. Scientific claims before the WTO; 7. Science in the practice of investment arbitral tribunals; 8. Science appears before the international tribunal for the law of the sea; Part III. Engaging with Scientific Knowledge in the Judicial Reasoning: 9. Trends in judicial engagement with science: a comparative assessment; 10. Science and the legitimacy of judicial reasoning; 11. Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.

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Katalin Sulyok is Lecturer, Department of International Law, ELTE Law School, Budapest.