"Sovereign Law Series - Keys to International Law" - Introduction & Index" (With Document Links), primary sources of international law, provided by the inter-governmental (IGO) Sovereign Court of International Justice (SCIJ)
Sovereign Law Series
Independent System for International Law Sources
September 2020 Edition
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Introduction to Sovereign Law Series
The Sovereign Court of International Justice (SCIJ) presents its “Sovereign Law Series”,
a proprietary system for effective use of international law sources by the Independent
Legal Profession and Independent Judiciary Profession, consisting of: (1) a curated
collection of primary sources of conventional international law; (2) copies of source
texts specially formatted for human rights advocates, Barristers and Judges to best use
this system, and (3) a universal standardized reference system for citing international
law sources for practical use;
This “Sovereign Law Series” provides the primary sources of the modern framework of
“conventional international law”, which contains provisions to invoke historical
“customary international law”, which is the “Common Law”. These selected sources
are the operative instruments recognizing established doctrines of fundamental rights
and the Rule of Law internationally.
This presents the essential body of law for national sovereignty, which independent
States, inter-governmental organizations (IGO’s), and sovereign historical institutions
must rely upon, to assert and exercise their official authorities, while maintaining
independence from globalist establishment systems.