New Developments in International Advocacy: Amcius Curiae and the World Trade Organisation

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University of New South Wales, Indigenous Law Centre
Publication Type:
Journal article
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Davis Megan 2003, 'New Developments in International Advocacy: Amcius Curiae and the World Trade Organisation', Indigenous Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, vol. 5, no. April/May, pp. 14-17.
Issue Date:
2003
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In 2002 the Interior Alliance of British Columbia successfully submitted an amicus curiae brief to the World Trade Organisation ('WTO') panel established to resolve the US-Canada Softwood Lumber dispute. The decision of the panel to accept the brief is not a novel juridical development within the WTO dispute settlement system. However, for Indigenous peoples the decision is significant.
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