Friday, May 27, 2011

Symposium: Beyond Dispute: International Judicial Institutions as Lawmakers

The latest issue of the German Law Journal (Vol. 12, no. 5, 2011) contains a symposium on "Beyond Dispute: International Judicial Institutions as Lawmakers." Contents include:
  • Armin von Bogdandy & Ingo Venzke, Beyond Dispute: International Judicial Institutions as Lawmakers
  • Marc Jacobs, Precedents: Lawmaking Through International Adjudication
  • Karin Oellers-Frahm, Lawmaking Through Advisory Opinions?
  • Eyal Benvenisti & George W. Downs, Prospects for the Increased Independence of International Tribunals
  • Stephan W. Schill, System-Building in Investment Treaty Arbitration and Lawmaking
  • Ingo Venzke, Making General Exceptions: The Spell of Precedents in Developing Article XX GATT into Standards for Domestic Regulatory Policy
  • Thomas Kleinlein, Judicial Lawmaking by Judicial Restraint? The Potential of Balancing in International Economic Law
  • Michael Ioannidis, A Procedural Approach to the Legitimacy of International Adjudication: Developing Standards of Participation in WTO Law
  • Christina Binder, The Prohibition of Amnesties by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • Markus Fyrnys, Expanding Competences by Judicial Lawmaking: The Pilot Judgment Procedure of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Milan Kuhli & Klaus Günther, Judicial Lawmaking, Discourse Theory, and the ICTY on Belligerent Reprisals
  • Karin Oellers-Frahm, Expanding the Competence to Issue Provisional Measures—Strengthening the International Judicial Function
  • Niels Petersen, Lawmaking by the International Court of Justice—Factors of Success
  • Lorenzo Casini, The Making of a Lex Sportiva by the Court of Arbitration for Sport
  • Armin von Bogdandy & Ingo Venzke, On the Democratic Legitimation of International Judicial Lawmaking