Manchester International Law is a growing collection of 20 titles – both historic and new, and includes titles comprised of books from the Melland Schill series which continues to produce some of the leading texts in the field.
Bringing together both cutting-edge contemporary research, with some of the leading historic texts in law, the Manchester International Law collection is home to exceptional academic work from around the world.
Each volume tackles major issues and current developments in the field, carefully curated by leading experts and practitioners. Under the stewardship of its editors this venerable series has been given renewed vigour.
Key features & benefits
|•||Represents the very best scholarship in international law from around the world|
|•||An ever-expanding list of both new titles and – for the first time – digital editions of historic texts|
|•||Tackles various areas of international law, including war, international organisations, violence against women, maritime law and human rights|
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