Henri Fromageot

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Henri Fromageot (10 September 1864 – 1949 ) was a French lawyer and judge. He studied at the University of Paris, University of Oxford and University of Leipzig, gaining a gold medal at Paris in 1891 and serving as the Doctor of Law in the University of Paris Law Faculty.[1] On 19 September 1929 he became a judge of the Permanent Court of International Justice, succeeding Charles Andre Weiss.[2] He held this position until the judges resigned in October 1945.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ League of Nations (1930) p.33
  2. ^ League of Nations (1930) p.17
  3. ^ "Permanent Court of International Justice Individual Judges". League of Nations Archive. Retrieved 25 January 2010. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • League of Nations (1930). Publications of the Permanent Court of International Justice: Annual report, Volume 5. League of Nations.