Saturday, June 20, 2020

New Issue: Transnational Legal Theory

The latest issue of Transnational Legal Theory (Vol. 11, nos. 1-2, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Transnational Environmental Law in the Anthropocene
    • Emily Webster & Laura Mai, Transnational environmental law in the Anthropocene
    • J. E. Viñuales, Two layers of self-regulation
    • Peter D Burdon, Ecological law in the Anthropocene
    • Klaus Bosselmann, Environmental trusteeship and state sovereignty: can they be reconciled?
    • Afshin Akhtar-Khavari, Restoration and cooperation for flourishing socio-ecological landscapes
    • Louis J. Kotzé, Earth system law for the Anthropocene: rethinking environmental law alongside the Earth system metaphor
    • Laura Mai, (Transnational) law for the Anthropocene: revisiting Jessup’s move from ‘what?’ to ‘how?’
    • Phillip Paiement, Urgent agenda: how climate litigation builds transnational narratives
    • Melanie Murcott & Emily Webster, Litigation and regulatory governance in the age of the Anthropocene: the case of fracking in the Karoo
    • Emily Barritt, The myth of mermaids and stewardship of the seas
    • Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny, To the Anthropocene and beyond: the responsibility of law in decimating and protecting marine life
    • Tina Beigi & Michael Hennessy Picard, Regimes of waste (im)perceptibility in the life cycle of metal