The Judicial Oath of Office to be taken by Justices of the Tribunal is as follows:
“I, (state your name), do solemnly affirm that I will at all times act in accordance with the Constitution of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice and will administer the laws of Natural Justice and the Rule of Law. I will do right to all manner of people according to law and will remain completely impartial, unbiased and independent. I will defend natural rights and do right and justice to all peoples and sovereign beings everywhere without fear or favour, affection, malice, or ill will. I will not permit any law to be upheld which violates human rights or prevents a just, fair, or reasonable outcome. I affirm that this oath shall take precedence over any and all other oaths or commitments that I may have made to any other court or government or professional body or private association.”
From the Constitution of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice:
Article 7: Oath of Office
1. All Judges and Officers of the Tribunal will affirm an oath that is congruent with
the core ethic of the Tribunal, specifically that they will do right to all manner of people
according to law, and that the Tribunal will cause no harm, loss or damage to any person
or group, and will not permit a law to be upheld which violates a human right or prevents
a just, fair and reasonable outcome, and they will decide all matters without fear or favour
or affection, malice or ill will.
2. By affirming an oath in accordance with the present Article, Judges and
Officers acknowledge that said oath shall take precedence over any and all other oaths or
commitments that the Judge or officer in question may have made to any other court or
government or professional body or private association.