Alejandro Álvarez

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Manuel Alejandro Álvarez Jofré (February 9, 1868 – July 19, 1960) was a Chilean professor of international law and a judge at the International Court of Justice.[1] He had been a founding member of the American Institute of International Law and of the Institute of Higher International Studies. He served as a judge in the International Court of Justice in 1946-1955.

Works[edit]

  • Une Nouvelle conception des études juridiques et de la codification du droit civil
  • American Problems in International Law
  • Le Droit international américain
  • The Monroe Doctrine: its Importance in the International Life of the States of the New World
  • Le Droit international nouveau dans ses rapports avec la vie actuelle des peuples

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vander Heide, Ralph P. German Leaves. p. 122. ISBN 9781479767915.