Vienna Convention

Lawyers tend to avoid referring to the “Vienna Convention” because there are in fact several Vienna Conventions, more than one relevant in international legal practice, including in technology law:

Not surprisingly, references to “the Vienna Convention” may lead to a puzzled ‘furrowing of the brow,’ while people work out which one is being referenced. The same phenomenon may accompany references to “The Hague Convention” of which there are several applicable in different contexts.

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