The symposium explores whether and how the co-existence, interaction, and antagonisms of different legal orders (international law, domestic law, EU law, regimes established by private actors) and their driving agents (regulators, contract-makers, and courts and tribunals) contribute to creating and maintaining global public goods. Contributors will discuss transatlantic perspectives on how different legal orders may contribute to the production and management of public goods.
Friday, August 19, 2011
Symposium: Global Public Goods and the Plurality of Legal Orders
The European Society of International Law, the American Society of International Law, the European Journal of International Law, and the HiiL project on Private Transnational Regulatory Regimes will co-host a symposium on "Global Public Goods and the Plurality of Legal Orders," October 24-25, 2011, at the European University Institute, in Florence. The program is here. Here's the idea: