The relations between states, persons and entities of different nationalities are governed by the international law. The rules and norms of this field of law are defined by international treaties and agreements, as well as by a set of general values and principles, which don’t necessarily need be explicitly mentioned in an agreement.
International agreements can be bilateral (concluded between two sovereign states) or multilateral (concluded between more than two states). Most often, agreements are drawn up and negotiated within an international organization, such as the United Nations (UN) or the Council of Europe and others.
Our lawyers participate in international lawsuits on a regular basis. Our experience allows us to assist and represent you in both public and private international issues.
INTERNATIONAL LAW IS DIVIDED IN TWO PRACTICE AREAS:
Public international law – regulates the relations between states and international organizations, in areas such as human rights, sea law, treaty law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law.
Public international law – a set of procedural law rules that determines the legal system and the national law applied in a particular litigation. The rules in question apply to disputes with elements and factors of cross-border nature. For example, a contract between parties in different states, or a scenario in which the cross-border element results from the coexistence of several jurisdictions in the same country.
LEGAL SERVICES WITHIN INTERNATIONAL LAW FIELD
Our experience in this field allows us to advise and represent you in the following international law matters:
Migration and political asylum. Citizenship.
Conception, negotiation and signing the international trade agreements.
- Representation of individuals during international child abduction cases with the enforcement of specific Conventions.
- International arbitration and mediation.
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