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ritu bhadana (advocate)     09 October 2009

International Law book

 Ld. members which one wil be the best book for International Law?


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R.R. KRISHNAA (Legal Manager)     09 October 2009

International law- by Tandon is a good book.

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Arun Krishnan (Student)     09 October 2009

1.starke :International Law

2.Brownlie: International Law

3.Oppenheim :International Law

4.Kapur : Public International Law

5.Tandon : Public International Law

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ritu bhadana (advocate)     09 October 2009

 What about H.O aggarwal?

charudureja (advocate)     09 October 2009

u can go for kappor's book n Ho aggarwals book

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P.K.Haridasan (Advocate)     09 October 2009

Stark on International law  seems to be a standard Book

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Arun Krishnan (Student)     09 October 2009

I'm personally not impressed about Aggarwal's book and had referred Tandon and Kapur for my Exams for LLB.Both Tandon and Kapur are equally good but if you can afford to buy several volumes,then Oppenheim :International Law would be a real asset

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charudureja (advocate)     11 October 2009

depends on u which book u like, its personal choice i like kapoor better than aggarwal.

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Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar (Nil)     13 October 2009

You will find the language of H.O. Agrawal very simple and communicative. Materials are also good. However kindly check, whether it is upto date not.

bhanu pratap720 (Student)     29 October 2009

international law by starke is one of the best. please check a book by Lowe.

bhanu pratap720 (Student)     29 October 2009

International law by s.k. kapoor is equally good

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