Sunday, April 30, 2017

d'Aspremont, Gazzini, Nollkaemper, & Werner: International Law as a Profession

Jean d'Aspremont (Univ. of Manchester - Law; Universiteit van Amsterdam - Law), Tarcisio Gazzini (Univ. of Lausanne), André Nollkaemper (Universiteit van Amsterdam - Law), & Wouter Werner (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam - Law) have published International Law as a Profession (Cambridge Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Jean d'Aspremont, Tarcisio Gazzini, André Nollkaemper, & Wouter Werner, Introduction
  • Jean d'Aspremont, The professionalization of international law
  • Martti Koskenniemi, Between commitment and cynicism: outline for a theory of international law as practice
  • Alexandra Bohm & Richard Collins, The (academic) profession of international law and the commitment to legal autonomy
  • Anne Orford, Scientific reason and the discipline of international law
  • Anne Peters, Realizing Utopia as a scholarly endeavour
  • Gleider Hernández, The activist academic in international legal scholarship
  • Akbar Rasulov, How NAIL works: the production of heterodoxy in international law
  • Jochen von Bernstorff, International legal research and the quest for immanent moral order
  • John Haskell, The turn to history within international legal scholarship
  • Samantha Besson, International legal theory qua practice of international law
  • Tanja Aalberts & Ingo Venzke, International law as practice: moving past the anxieties of interdisciplinarity
  • Sara Dezalay & Yves Dezalay, Towards a political sociology of international justice(s)
  • James Crawford, The international law bar: essence before existence?
  • Matthew Windsor, Consigliere or conscience? The role of the government legal adviser
  • René Uruena, International law as expertise: exploring pluralism and the anxiety of certainty as professional experiences
  • Pierre d'Argent, Teachers of international law
  • Wouter Werner, Concluding remarks: the Praxis of international law