"What Law Now for the Seas?": Program Proceedings, Monday, August 9, 1982, Plaza Square Ballroom West, Hyatt on Union Square, San Francisco, California
Section of International Law and Practice, American Bar Association, 1984 - Law - 73 pages
The Proceedings of a Presidential Showcase program on the evolving law of the seas, is presented in this paperback work.
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