International court cases do not make law but rather are, like ‘scholarly teachings’, considered as evidence and clarification of international law.
Often the official websites of courts/tribunals will provide full-text of judgments they have rendered. However, the authority of the opinions and decisions issued by such bodies varies, so it is important to have an understanding of a given body’s structure and procedure. For a text on this topic see Manual on international courts and tribunals.
Below are some prominent international bodies:
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