International Court of Justice
The ICJ is not composed of delegates from each member state. Instead, the General Assembly elects a total of fiteen judges to sit on the Court for nine-year terms. All member states of the UN are party to the Court's jurisdiction, and other non-state territories or regions may also apply for jurisdiction.
The ICJ is also one of six of the United Nations' main organs, and is not answerable to any other body within the UN, except regarding elections from the General Assembly.