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  • Deference in International Courts and Tribunalsby Lukasz Gruszczynski; Wouter Werner

    OUP Oxford 2014; US$ 134.99

    International courts use two key methodologies to determine the degree of deference granted to states in their implementation of international obligations: the standard of review and margin of appreciation. This book investigates how these doctrines are applied in international courts, analysing where their approaches converge and diverge. more...

  • In Whose Name?by Armin von Bogdandy; Ingo Venzke

    OUP Oxford 2014; US$ 134.99

    International courts and tribunals make decisions which shape international law. Yet what grants them the legitimacy to make these decisions in the first place? This book proposes a theory of international public law that argues that these international courts democratically derive their legitimacy from the people and citizens. more...

  • The Evolutionary Interpretation of Treatiesby Eirik Bjorge

    OUP Oxford 2014; US$ 109.99

    The question of whether the meaning of terms used in treaties can evolve over time is highly contentious within international law. This book examines how treaties should be interpreted, and how best to marry the intention of the parties to the treaty with the changing socio-political context over time. more...

  • Friends of the Supreme Court: Interest Groups and Judicial Decision Makingby Paul M. Jr. Collins

    Oxford University Press 2008; US$ 94.99

    The U.S. Supreme Court is a public policy battleground in which organized interests attempt to etch their economic, legal, and political preferences into law through the filing of amicus curiae ("friend of the court") briefs. In Friends of the Supreme Court: Interest Groups and Judicial Decision Making, Paul M. Collins, Jr. explores how organized... more...

  • Law and the Limits of Reasonby Adrian Vermeule

    Oxford University Press 2008; US$ 37.99

    Law and the Limits of Reason asks "what are the consequences of recognizing the limits of reason within the legal system?" In particular, what are the consequences for the allocation of lawmaking authority among judges, legislators, and administrative agencies or executive officials? Vermeule examines the conditions under which the limits of... more...

  • Economic Governance in Europeby Federico Fabbrini

    OUP Oxford 2016; US$ 97.99

    Offering an comparative examination of the constitutional implications of the Euro-crisis on vertical and horizontal relations of power in the EU, this book proposes new ways in which to perfect the governance of Economic and Monetary Union. more...

  • Ideology in the Language of Judgesby Susan U. Philips

    Oxford University Press 1998; US$ 64.99

    A study that will appeal to any reader interested in the relationship between our language and our laws, Ideology in the Language of Judges focuses on the way judges take guilty pleas from criminal defendants and on the judges' views of their own courtroom behavior. This book argues that variation in the discourse structure of the guilty pleas can... more...

  • The Guyana Court of Appealby Bertrand Ramcharan

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 165.00

    First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • The Politics of Judicial Co-operation in the EUby Hans-W. Micklitz

    Cambridge University Press 2005; US$ 145.00

    Three case studies look into judicial co-operation between Member States and the ECJ. more...

  • American Lawyersby Richard L. Abel

    Oxford University Press 1991; US$ 79.99

    This comprehensive picture of the contemporary American legal profession traces its development over the last hundred years. Abel examines a variety of topics including the nature and effect of entry barriers, the rise and fall of restrictive practices, efforts to create demand for lawyers' services, self-regulation, the income and status of lawyers,... more...