HOW DOES THE ACIJ WORK?

The ACIJ is designed to process 10 cases at a time for 100 cases per year, giving proper full-time judiciary attention to each and every case for at least 30 days.  The court will utilize existing fast-track enforcement mechanisms under International Law.  The ACIJ is the first International Court with statutory authority to use the full range of mechanisms for meaningful enforcement.

The ACIJ is designed to be expandable without limit, by endowment funding. Total global demand of approximately 100,000 cases per year could be handled by 10,000 full-time judges.  The court already has access to more than twice that number of certified international judges.  Funding is now needed for full-time operations/admin staffing, foundation building and judicial salaries to process plaintiffs’ cases.