A thought on Missouri v. Holland
funk at LCLARK.EDU
Mon Jul 31 19:01:30 PDT 2000
Francisco Forrest Martin wrote:
> There is ample controlling legal authority -- whether characterized as treaty law, customary international law, or jus cogens.
Is there any United States case law to support the notion either customary international law or jus cogens is "controlling legal authority," in the sense that it overcomes federal or state statutory law?
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