Chicago Journal of International Law

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This short Essay is a comment on the Lead Essay of the Symposium. It seeks to make two points from personal observation. First, an approach for study, research, and practice in international law depends on the purpose the work of an international lawyer seeks to serve. Second, in terms of methodology, the social science approach overlaps to some degree with other approaches. The proposition drawn from the two points is that an approach, being individualistic in nature, is a matter of personal choice, unsuitable for general consumption

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