Jurisdiction in International Law
This series brings together published journal articles in international law as determined by the editors of each volume in the series. The proliferation of law, specialist journals, the increase in international materials and the use of the internet has maeant that it is increasingly difficult for students and legal scholars to have access to the relevant articles. In addition each volume contains an informative introduction which provides an overview of the subject matter and justification of why the articles were collected. This series contains collections of articles in a manner that is of use for both teaching and research.
- Hardback | 620 pages
- 185 x 249 x 57.15mm | 1,428.82g
- 01 Oct 1999
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Ashgate Publishing Limited
- United Kingdom
Table of contents
The historic bases of private International Law, H.E. Yntema; jurisdiction in International Law, M. Akehurst; collected courses of The Hague Academy of International Law, F.A. Mann; jurisdiction - changing patterns of authority over activities and resources, D.W. Bowett; collected courses of The Hague Academy of International Law, R. Higgins; adjudicatory jurisdiction - general theories compared and evaluated, A.T. von Mehren; a unifying theory for judicial jurisdiction and choice of law, H.G. Maier, T.R. McCoy; antitrust jurisdiction under customary International Law, K.M. Meessen; beyond National Law - the neglected role of the International Law of personal jurisdiction in domestic courts, A.L. Strauss; exorbitant jurisdiction and the Brussels Convention - towards a theory of restraint, J. Halpern; the law and politics of United States foreign policy export controls, J.W. Bridge; the Soviet gas pipeline incident - extension of collective security responsibilities to peacetime commercial trade, P.J. DeSouza; domesticating International Criminal Law, H.M. Osofsky; law and borders - the rise of law in Cyberspace, D.R. Johnson, D. Post; US Law enforcement abroad - the constitution and International Law, A.F. Lowenfeld.