The Constitution of Risk

0
By Adrian Vermeule How should we approach legal decisions regarding private property for public use? How can constitutional risk be managed in order to...

Is the Light of International Criminal Justice Fading?

0
By Mark Ellis Prosecuting individuals for war crimes and other atrocities remains an “historical anomaly.” Below, Mark Ellis looks at several fissures in the international...

Politics, Constitutionalism, and the Rule of Law

0
By  T.R.S. Allan Constitutional theory and practice are alike afflicted by a constant tension between commitments to majoritarian democracy—the people’s will—and human rights.  Professor T.R.S....

No Way Out: Mandatory Trade Secret Protection Laws in International Arbitration

0
By Charles H. Camp, Anna R. Margolis & Camellia H. Mokri The World Trade Organization’s member countries are required to include trade secret protections in...

Countering Terrorism and Crossing Legal Boundaries

0
By Aniceto Masferrer and Clive Walker Terrorist attacks in the last decade have profoundly altered and reshaped the priorities of many legal systems. Below, Aniceto...

Law and the Technologies of the Twenty-First Century

0
By Roger Brownsword & Morag Goodwin The authors of Law and the Technologies of the Twenty-First Century (Cambridge University Press, 2012) examine both the challenges...

Sovereignty, Rule of Law and Global Civil Society

0
By Winston Nagan Global society is increasingly expressing itself through globally identifiable institutions of civil society. In this article, Winston Nagan explores the inter-relationship of...

Law and Religion in a Secular Europe

0
By Lorenzo Zucca What place do law and religion occupy in European political societies? Do they overlap in such a way that conflict cannot be...

Development Path of the Contemporary Non-Western World

1
By Guanghua Yu This note argues that the logic underlying the open access order is not the only way of economic and human development in...

The Ongoing Lebanese Financial Crisis: Can There be Justice for Private Foreign Banking Customers?

0
By Kiran Nasir Gore and Charles H. Camp In October 2019, Lebanon’s domestic financial crisis finally started to make international headlines. Mass protests erupted with...

LATEST ARTICLES