Customary international law is an aspect of international law involving the principle of custom along with general principles of law and treaties custom is considered by the international court of justice jurists the united nations and its member states to be among the primary sources of international law many governments accept in principle the existence of customary international law . Customary law is unofficial law in short it is the long established customs standards of community of a particular place or locale that the general law regards as a lawful practice for example the so called law of nations is a customary law. Researching customary international law state practice and the pronouncements of states regarding international law by silke sahl silke sahl is the international comparative and foreign law librarian at the arthur w diamond law library at columbia university in new york city
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