- Avidan Kent, Nikos Skoutaris, & Jamie Trinidad, What Does the Future Hold for International Courts?
- Karen J. Alter, Critical Junctures and the Future of International Courts in a Post-Liberal World Order
- Pushkar Anand & Varsha Singh, India and International Dispute Settlement: Some Reflections on India’s Participation in International Courts and Tribunals
- Nanying Tao, China’s Attitude towards International Adjudication: Past, Present and Future
- Bill Bowring, The Crisis of the European Court of Human Rights in the Face of Authoritarian and Populist Regimes
- Nikos Skoutaris, ‘Taking Back Control? Brexit and the Court of Justice’
- Francesco Messineo, The Functions of the International Court of Justice: Tending to the Law While Settling Disputes?
- Zuzanna Godzimirska, Delegitimation of Global Courts: Lessons from the Past
- Armand de Mestral & Lukas Vanhonnaeker, The Future of Investor-State Dispute Settlement
- Joanna Nicholson, Learning lessons through the prism of legitimacy: What future for International Criminal Courts and Tribunals?
- Sondre Torp Helmersen, How the application of teachings can affect the legitimacy of the International Court of Justice
- David Yuratich, Towards Separate Opinions at the Court of Justice of the European Union: Lessons in Deliberative Democracy from the International Court of Justice and Elsewhere
- Iryna Marchuk, From Warfare to ‘Lawfare’: Increased Litigation and Rise of Parallel Proceedings in International Courts: A Case Study of Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Action Against the Russian Federation)
- Avidan Kent, Amicus Curiae Participation in International Proceedings: Forever Friends?
- Jason Rudall, Not Just a Wit, But a Cause of Wit in Others: The Influence of Human Rights in International Litigation
- The Future of International Courts: What Next?
Saturday, March 30, 2019
Kent, Skoutaris, & Trinidad: The Future of International Courts: Regional, Institutional and Procedural Challenges
The Future of International Courts: Regional, Institutional and Procedural Challenges (Routledge 2019). Contents include: