The role of national courts in applying international humanitarian law sharon weill international law and domestic legal orders evaluates how domestic courts have interpreted and applied international humanitarian law and shows how their interpretations can differ. Domestic courts do not show a uniformity of approach in addressing cases concerning international humanitarian law and can often be seen to differ markedly in their response the book argues that different national courts demonstrate different functional roles in different countries. Dr sharon weill is an international lawyer specializing in international humanitarian law her particular field of interest is the relationship between international and domestic law and the judicial enforcement mechanism of international law at a national level. The views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the special tribunal for lebanon the interpretation application and enforcement of international humanitarian law by domestic courts are phenomena more prevalent today than ever before as a result . The role of national courts in applying international humanitarian law sharon weill international law is increasingly applied in domestic courts this can result in situations where the courts are being asked to rule on politically sensitive issues especially issues which are
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