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Richard B. Lillich
University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA 22903-4833)

The Jurisprudential Underpinnings of teh Law of State Responsibility for Inquiries to Aliens

International Law traditionally governed only the relations between sovereign States. Individuals were regarded as objects, not subjects, of International Law, and as such had no rights under it unless their States intervened on their behalf. Only relatively recently have legal scholars perceived that the individual should be the focus of their concern. As Rapporteur of the ASIL's Panel on State Responsibility, the applicant seeks support to continue his research into the origins, development and jurisprudential underpinnings of this body of law.

Project fields:
Law and Jurisprudence

Fellowships for University Teachers

Research Programs

Total amounts:
$18,000 (approved)
$18,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/1974 – 8/31/1975