New arrivals in the library

In the end of December  first half of January, our library received more than a hundred new foreign books. The most remarkable, in our opinion, are:

  • The third updated edition of the famous textbook The International Law of the Sea by Donald R. Rothwell and Tim Stephens;
  • The Cambridge Companion to the International Court of Justice. This collection explores substantive developments within the ICJ and offers critical perspectives on its historical and contemporary role;
  • Handbook on the European Convention on Human Rights by Mark E. Villiger. In clear and concise words, it offers a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the European Convention and the European Court of Human Rights and its case-law;
  • English translation of Foundations of Property Law. Things as Objects of Property Rights by Christian von Bar (the German edition was published in 2015 — you can find it in our library too);
  • The three-volume Cambridge Compendium of International Commercial and Investment Arbitration edited by Stefan Kröll, Andrea Bjorklund, Franco Ferrari — a sort of encyclopedia covering most of the fundamental principles and concepts underlying arbitration;
  • The second edition of Global Sales and Contract Law by Ingeborg Schwenzer and Edgardo Muñoz (we are proud that our expert Ekaterina Petrenko took part in this research on the regulation of international sale and purchase in 60 countries);
  • A commentary Swiss Contract Law in International Commercial Arbitration by Christoph Müller providing an in-depth introduction of the Swiss law of obligations;
  • Landmark Cases in Private International Law — a collection of essays containing detailed analyses of eighteen cases in private international law from 1750 to 2021;
  • as well as other excellent books on international humanitarian law, investment law, environmental law, maritime law, criminal law, and EU law.

Check out the ‘’New Arrivals’’ in the online catalogue.

Always glad to see you at the library!