The Internationalisation of Law: Legislating, Decision Making, Practice and Education (Google eBook)

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Mary Elizabeth Hiscock, William van Caenegem
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Law - 322 pages
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This insightful book explores the acute challenges presented by the .internationalisation. of law, a trend that has been accelerated by the growing requirement for academics and practitioners to work and research across countries and regions with differing legal traditions. The authors have all confronted these challenges of internationalisation throughtheir extensive knowledge and experience in civil law, common law and mixed jurisdictions around the globe. Their analysis of the implications for researchers and teachers, as well as practitioners, law-makers and reformers is original andtheir different proposals for dealing with the challenges are both practical and at times, radical.
  

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Contents

1 Internationalisation of law the complex case of bank regulation
3
2 Internationalisation and statutory interpretation looking wide and looking deep
38
the internationalisation of legislation and legal policy
55
PART 2 Internationalisation of legal practice
71
a global practice perspectives on the internationalisation of legal services markets
73
integration by increments
81
ILSAC and the Australian experience
93
PART 3 Internationalisation of law teaching
103
PART 5 Internationalisation of decisionmaking litigation
185
Kadi and the autonomy of the EC legal order
187
13 The influence of scholarly writing upon the courts in Europe
202
14 Oil and water? International law and domestic law in Australia
211
PART 6 Internationalisation of decisionmaking arbitration
233
15 The New York Convention as a driving force
235
16 International arbitration and competing dispute resolution options
251
17 Internationalisation of decision making arbitration
278

7 Development assistance in the field of legal education
105
a road increasingly travelled
117
PART 4 Internationalisation of legal research
133
9 Lawyers in Magellans world
135
the Australian cul de sac? The case of contract
145
finding facts and finding law before the next big crash
169
PART 7 Conclusion
285
Epilogue
287
Symposium program
305
Index
309
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