"The author of this volume of collected papers and addresses is well known as the Bemis Professor of International Law in Harvard Law School, sometime member of the Legal Section of the Secretariat of the League of Nations, and the most efficient advocate of the new Permanent Court of International Justice in America. His enterprise as an advocate is sufficiently attested by the fourteen brilliant papers reproduced in this volume and the nine other titles of similar nature listed in the bibliography, all of them produced during the last three years....
"The exceptional timeliness of the book and the quality of its content combine to make it one of those unusual volumes of which it may be truly said that every thoughtful citizen should read it."
Dickinson, Edwin D. Review of Permanent Court of International Justice, by M. O. Hudson. Am. J. Int'l L. 19 (1925): 434–35.