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Paradise or Universal Death: Address March 29th

Paradise or Universal Death:
International Law and Nuclear Weapons
an address by Judge C. G. Weeramantry
former Vice- President of the International Court of Justice

Thursday March 29

Lecture Theatre 1 Wellington Law School Old Government Building Lambton Quay

5:30 pm Refreshments

6:00 pm Address commences

"Equipped with the necessary array of principles with which to respond, international law could contribute significantly towards rolling back the shadow of the mushroom cloud and heralding the sunshine of the nuclear-free age."

Judge Weeramantry, International Court of Justice, 1996 Advisory Opinion on the Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons.

International Law Association International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms

For more information contact Alyn Ware or the International Law Association PO Box 12250 Wellington.

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Alyn Ware 126 The Terrace #9b Wellington Aotearoa-New Zealand Phone: (64) 4 499 3443 Email:

Consultant at Large Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy 211 East 43rd Street, #1204 New York, NY 10017, USA Tel: (1) 212 818 1861 Fax: (1) 212 818 1857 Website:

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