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Oxford University Press Series on International Courts and Tribunals In 2002, Oxford University Press started a dedicated monograph series on international courts and tribunals. The series is edited by the Project on International Courts and Tribunals (PICT). The co-editors are Philippe Sands, Ruth Mackenzie and Cesare Romano.
The series includes books that examine in critical and analytical fashion, aspects of the institutional, substantive or procedural law of international courts and tribunals. It also encompasses broader studies of and reference works on the international judicial system as a whole, individual courts or tribunals, or different types of courts and tribunals. Books in the series may be sole-authored or multi-contributor, and are generally around 120,000 words in length, though longer and shorter works are considered. The series editors welcome any single or multi-authored submissions. Volumes published to date: