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"Brownlie's Principles of Public International Law has always been one of the first resources ILSA turns to when beginning research in an unfamiliar area of international law. The 8th edition provides timely updates on many topics undergoing progressive development in the 21st century, while providing the solidly reliable and incredibly well researched guidance the international law community has come to expect. I strongly encourage all Competition competitors and judges to read Principles and keep it close at hand. Few sources will be as valuable in the competition and in practice."
--Joe Terrenzio, Esq. Jessup Competition Coordinator, International Law Students Association
"Crawford's masterly new edition of Brownlie's Principles maintains the authority of the original, combining its long-standing record of profound scholarship with insight and a timely sense of relevance and weight in handling the latest developments. Principles remains the essential companion for every student and practitioner."
- Guy S. Goodwin-Gill, Senior Research Fellow & Professor of International Refugee Law, All Souls College, Oxford
"The eighth edition of Brownlie's authoritative Principles couldn't have been put into more competent hands. James Crawford has maintained the quality, usefulness, and authority of the original."
--Professor Sir Nigel Rodley, Chair, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex
"I would not dream of doing a case in the English courts without consulting Brownlie's Principles and with Professor Crawford's masterful updating that Brownlie reflex is now stronger than ever."
--Samuel Wordsworth, Barrister, Essex Court Chambers
Review(s) from previous edition:
"This systematic and balanced account of international law, written with great clarity and conciseness, is both approachable and authoritative. It is evident that each sentence carries the weight of much learning, and that the language has been well indexed and well structured; the book is a delight to use." --Vaughan Lowe, Chichele Professor of Public International Law, Oxford
"The book gives an excellent introduction to the field of international law, written by one of the leading scholars. I strongly recommend it for background reading to our students because of its precise language style and because it covers the key issues of international law in a comprehensive but still readable manner. Furthermore it gives our German students the possibility to access international law from a more international perspective."
--Clemens Richter, Institute of International Law, Germany