Science and Judicial Reasoning - The legitimacy of international environmental adjudication
Science and Judicial Reasoning - The legitimacy of international environmental adjudication (Sulyok Katalin / 2022). Science, which inevitably underlies environmental disputes, poses significant challenges for the scientifically untrained judges who decide such cases.
Builds upon interdisciplinary insights from natural science literature and the
philosophy of science to explain the challenges of adjudicating science-heavy
Examines judicial techniques with respect to all four stages of the adjudicatory process, where judges confront scientific arguments and evidence
Provides an in-depth analysis of environmental decisions of seven major international courts and tribunals and shows how scientific arguments and evidence are appreciated and circumvented by judges
(Source: publisher CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS)
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