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CHASKALSON, Arthur (1931 - 2012), Chief Justice of South Africa and of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, 2001–05 (President, Constitutional Court of South Africa, 1994–2001)

South West Africa, Ethiopia v South Africa, Composition of the Court, Order, [1965] ICJ Rep 3, ICGJ 155 (ICJ 1965), 18th March 1965, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

BANNERMAN, Charles Edward Woolhouse (1884 - 1943), Puisne Judge, Supreme Court, Gold Coast, since 1935; Member of the West African Court of Appeal since 1935; Acting Chief Justice, Supreme Court, on various occasions

BEYERS, Fredrik William (1867 - 1938), former Justice of Appeal of Appellate Division of Supreme Court of Union of South Africa

The Role of the Human and Peoples’ Rights Section of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights

BACON, Roger (Sewell) (1895 - 1962), Justice of Appeal, East African Court of Appeal, 1955–57; retired

COUSSEY, James Henley (died 1958), Kt 1950; President West African Court of Appeal, since 1955; Justice of Appeal, 1952

South West Africa, Ethiopia v South Africa, Joinder of Cases, Order, [1961] ICJ Rep 13, ICGJ 154 (ICJ 1961), 20th May 1961, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

South West Africa, Ethiopia v South Africa, Inspection in loco, Order, (1965) ICJ Rep 9, ICGJ 156 (ICJ 1965), 29th November 1965, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

South West Africa, Ethiopia v South Africa, Preliminary objections, judgment, ICJ GL No 46, [1962] ICJ Rep 319, ICGJ 157 (ICJ 1962), 21st December 1962, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

South West Africa, Ethiopia v South Africa, Second Phase, [1966] ICJ Rep 6, ICGJ 158 (ICJ 1966), 18th July 1966, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Culture under Cross-Examination: International Justice and the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Tim Kelsall.Fictions of Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism in Sub-Saharan Africa, Kamari Maxine Clarke.

 

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Intended as the judicial organ of the African Union (AU Constitutive Act, arts. 5(1)(d) and 18), the Court of Justice was established by the Protocol of the Court of Justice ...

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