Sunday, August 9, 2009

New Issue: Melbourne Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (Vol. 10, no. 1, May 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Feature: Reflections on a Decade of International Law
    • Fleur Johns, International Legal Theory: Snapshots from a Decade of International Legal Life
    • Dianne Otto, The Exile of Inclusion: Reflections on Gender Issues in International Law over the Last Decade
    • Alexandra Xanthaki, Indigenous Rights in International Law over the Last 10 Years and Future Developments
    • Mark Drumbl, International Criminal Law: Taking Stock of a Busy Decade
    • Martin Davies, Reflections on the Past Decade of Transnational Litigation
    • Bryan Mercurio, Reflections on the World Trade Organization and the Prospects for Its Future
    • Brendan Sweeney, International Competition Law and Policy: A Work in Progress
  • Jolene Lin & Charlotte Streck, Mobilising Finance for Climate Change Mitigation: Private Sector Involvement in International Carbon Finance Mechanisms
  • Cameron Sim, Non-Justiciability in Australian Private International Law: A Lack of 'Judicial Restraint'?
  • Lisa Spagnolo, The Last Outpost: Automatic CISG Opt Outs, Misapplications and the Costs of Ignoring the Vienna Sales Convention for Australian Lawyers
  • Tim Wright, Negotiations for a Nuclear Weapons Convention: Distant Dream or Present Possibility?