Thursday, January 7, 2016

New Issue: Transnational Legal Theory

The latest issue of Transnational Legal Theory (Vol. 6, no. 2, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • César Arjona, Joshua Anderson, François Meier & Sierra Robart, What law for transnational legal education? A cooperative view of an introductory course to transnational law and governance
  • Paolo Novak, Refugee status as a productive tension
  • Lars Viellechner, Responsive legal pluralism: The emergence of transnational conflicts law
  • Stepan Wood, Kenneth W Abbott, Julia Black, Burkard Eberlein & Errol Meidinger, The interactive dynamics of transnational business governance: A challenge for transnational legal theory
  • John Biggins & Colin Scott, Licensing the gatekeeper? Public pathways, social significance and the ISDA Credit Derivatives Determinations Committees
  • Karin Buhmann, Business and human rights: Understanding the UN Guiding Principles from the perspective of transnational business governance interactions
  • David J. Doorey, Mapping the ascendance of the ‘living wage’ standard in non-state global labour codes
  • Kernaghan Webb, ISO 26000 social responsibility standard as ‘proto law’ and a new form of global custom: Positioning ISO 26000 in the emerging transnational regulatory governance rule instrument architecture