British writer and practitioner. Principal works include Chapters on Current International Law and the League of Nations (1929); International Change and International Peace (1932); Some Aspects of the Covenant of the League of Nations (1934); Aspects of Modern International Law (1939). See Jenks, Fischer Williams—The Practitioner as Reformer, (1964) 40 B.Y.I.L. 233.
From Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: International Law.