paragraph 262 in volume 3, chapter 17, The Bench
As revised at the San Francisco Conference,1 Article 26 of the Statute reads:
- The Court may from time to time form one or more chambers, composed of three or more judges [Members of the Court] as the Court may determine, for dealing with particular categories of cases; for example, labour cases and cases relating to transit and communications.
- The Court may at any time form a chamber for dealing with a particular case. The number of judges to constitute such a chamber shall be determined by the Court with the approval [assen…