Just a few short hours after stepping out of a major ongoing hearing between Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, Catherine Amirfar remarks that three-quarters of a century into its existence, the International Court of Justice has just witnessed its first virtual contentious hearing.
“This would have been unthinkable pre-pandemic,” Amirfar, Debevoise & Plimpton’s public international law co-chair, says.
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