World Trade Law: Text, Materials and Commentary

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Hart Publishing, 2008 - Law - 892 pages
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This new textbook on world trade law offers a unique perspective on this important subject in a number of ways. It is the first book to combine the best aspects of both the casebook and legal analysis approaches, providing both detailed explanations and analysis of the law to help understand the issues as well as case extracts to offer a flavour of the judicial reasoning of trade adjudicators. Moreover, the book is truly global in outlook, being equally useful for students of international trade law in the UK, Europe, the US, Asia and elsewhere in the world. For instance, where domestic regulatory issues come into play, the book examines a variety of country practices, to illustrate how the rules apply around the world. The book is written with students in mind and provides an ideal learning tool to appeal to students across the globe. In this regard, the authors draw on their diverse experiences and geographic backgrounds - with one primary author based in the US and the other based in Hong Kong, with additional authors based in the US and UK.

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Bryan Mercurio is Professor of Law at The Chinese University of Hong KongSimon Lester is President of WorldTradeLaw.net, LLCArwel Davies is a Senior Lecturer in law at Swansea UniversityKara Leitner is a trade lawyer and partner in WorldTradeLaw.net, LLC

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