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The Hague Principles operate in a very different context, compared to the Burgh House principles applicable to the international judiciary. The international judiciary operates within a set of common rules applicable to all members sitting on the Bench in a case. Such is not the situation of counsel appearing in a same case, but operating within different national rules and standards. Ethical standards are bound to be more vague and difficult to enforce. Hence the limits of The Hague Principles.

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The Hague Principles operate in a very different context, compared to the Burgh House principles applicable to the international judiciary. The international judiciary operates within a set of common rules applicable to all members sitting on the Bench in a case. Such is not the situation of counsel appearing in a same case, but operating within different national rules and standards. Ethical standards are bound to be more vague and difficult to enforce. Hence the limits of The Hague Principles.

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