McNair, Arnold Duncan, 1st Baron McNair of Gleniffer, 1885-1975 (international lawyer)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondents include: Arnold McNair on subjects including his slowness with his papers for the Annual Digest, his work on the Law Reform Committee and HL's help with a draft Opinion [? on a state's right to self defence, enclosed] and HL's lectures for early 1935 (4); HL, writing to Rachel Lauterpacht on the first lecture he had just given in Geneva [Switzerland]; Rachel Lauterpacht, congratulating HL on the lecture; Harold Gutteridge.
Correspondence and notes between HL and McNair, mainly 1959-60, on subjects including: the Annual Digest, including setting it up; human rights; whether international law recognised the criminal responsibility of States; HL's failing health; his future in the legal profession (1926); enhancing the prestige of the International Court of Justice.
Two papers sent by Arnold McNair [to Elihu Lauterpacht] in case they might be of use in his career: an Opinion on Remedies, relating to the seizure of Dutch properties in Indonesia upon nationalisation
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