Yorozu Oda

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Yorozu Oda

Yorozu Oda (織田 萬?, Oda Yorozu, August 21, 1868 - May 26, 1945) was a Japanese lawyer, academic and judge who served as one of the first Judges of the Permanent Court of International Justice. From 1899 to 1930 he served as a professor at the Tokyo Imperial University,[1] where he was an expert in ancient Chinese law and administrative law.[2] In 1921 he was appointed to the Permanent Court of International Justice, where he heard 30 cases, dissenting from the main judgment once.[3]


  1. ^ Wolfrum (2002) p.10
  2. ^ Spiermann (2005) p.139
  3. ^ Wolfrum (2002) p.11