Monday, March 4, 2013

Transnational Legal Theory, vol. 3, no. 3

The new issue of the journal Transnational Legal Theory (Volume 3, Number 3, March 2013) is out. The issue includes:
  • Constitutional Adjudication and the 'Dimensions' of Judicial Activism: Comparative Legal and Institutional Heuristics (Pierdominici, Leonardo)
  • The Emergence of Global Administrative Law and Transnational Regulation (Ladeur, Karl-Heinz)
  • Theorising Global Governance Inside Out: A Response to Professor Ladeur (Xavier, Sujith)
  • The Gulf between Promise and Claim: Understanding International Law's Failure to Decolonise (Rajah, Jothie)
  • The Justice of International Law (Sellers, Mns)
  • Running from a Bear: Coordinate Constitutional Interpretation in Canada (Adams, Eric M.)
  • What Makes a Global Market? Reflections on Market Governance, Globalisation and the Law (Daskalova, Victoria)