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1. Acccepting the Hague Prize 18 June 2004

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In this chapter, the author shares his views on various topics, primarily in the areas in which he is best known for his expertise: international litigation and courts, the law of treaties, the law of the sea and state responsibility. He also shares his view about The Hague Prize. The author discusses whether an average attorney is qualified even to identify the existence of an international law problem in the circumstances in which professional advice and action is required. On the whole, the legal profession, in virtually every country of the world, is not properly equipped to deal with international law problems with which an individual client may be confronted, and the public is entitled to protection against that.

Keywords: Charter; Hague Prize; international law problem; legal profession

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