Bing Bing Jia 209 Journal of the History of International Law 4 : 209–215, 2002. ©2002 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. Judge Wang Tieya: The Yugoslav Tribunal Experience Bing Bing Jia* It often happens that an otherwise quiet life can be changed in an instant by notable events in quick succession – notable from the view of the person who is affected by the events. He may afterwards reflect on that instant, time and again, in wonder and disbe- lief, and will treasure the moment with relish. When I was asked by Professor Macdonald to write down my personal recollection of Judge Wang Tieya’s experience at The Hague, I identified with little difficulty the moment which I thought was quite important in my career and of which Judge Wang certainly had a hand in its making: my arrival at The Hague to work at the Tribunal. My memory, however, goes some way back. It may be interesting to point out that prior to my working directly with Judge Wang at the Tribunal, I had met him three times and talked to him once while I was an undergraduate at the Law Faculty, Beijing University (1985-1989). Judge
Journal of the History of International Law / Revue d'histoire du droit international – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2002
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