Thursday, February 18, 2016

Bradley: Custom's Future: International Law in a Changing World

Curtis A. Bradley (Duke Univ. - Law) has published Custom's Future: International Law in a Changing World (Cambridge Univ. Press 2016). Contents include:
  • Curtis A. Bradley, Introduction: custom's future
  • Emily Kadens, Custom's past
  • Curtis A. Bradley, Customary international law adjudication as common law adjudication
  • Brian D. Lepard, Customary international law as a dynamic process
  • John Tasioulas, Custom, jus cogens, and human rights
  • Stephen J. Choi & Mitu Gulati, Customary international law: how do courts do it?
  • Monica Hakimi, Custom's method and process: lessons from humanitarian law
  • Joel P. Trachtman, The growing obsolescence of customary international law
  • C. L. Lim, The strange vitality of custom in the international protection of contracts, property, and commerce
  • Larissa van den Herik, The decline of customary international law as a source of international criminal law
  • Niels Petersen, Customary international law and public goods
  • Andrew T. Guzman & Jerome Hsiang, Reinvigorating customary international law
  • Laurence R. Helfer & Timothy Meyer, The evolution of codification: a principal-agent theory of the international law commission's influence
  • Jan Wouters & Linda Hamid, Custom and informal international lawmaking
  • Omri Sender & Michael Wood, Custom's bright future: the continuing importance of customary international law