THE CONCEPT OF JURISDICTION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

  • M.O. Medvedieva Educational and Scientific Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Abstract

Abstract. The article analyzes the notion and types of jurisdiction in the doctrine of international law as well as in treaty law and international court practice. The author considers main restrictions of jurisdiction of a state within national boundaries and in international territories as well as the issue of conflict of jurisdictions from the perspective of Public and Private International Law. The article concludes that modern legal doctrine and treaty law witness that jurisdiction has become an established institute of international law which has its own principles and sources; it embraces all branches of international law and, thus, may be characterized a system-wide institute of international law.

Key words: jurisdiction, international law, state, court, restriction, conflict.

                        

 

Author Biography

M.O. Medvedieva , Educational and Scientific Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

 

Doctor of Law, Professor at the International Law Chair 

 

 

 

Published
2022-09-29