Law, Practice and Procedure
As a conclusion of their work, the authors observe that the Tribunal has fulfilled the role entrusted to it by the Convention on the Law of the Sea. It has developed its own working methods in handling cases and has established itself as a judicial institution able to discharge its functions efficiently and cost-effectively. In addition, its jurisprudence has contributed to the development of a coherent interpretation of the law of the sea.
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