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  • International Arbitration in Koreaby Joongi Kim

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 244.99

    This book provides a comprehensive introduction to more than 140 arbitral cases and commentaries in Korea and introduces the arbitration community to the jurisprudence and scholarship of this jurisdiction. The book encompasses all the major current and historical arbitration cases in Korea alongside practical and scholarly commentary. more...

  • The Temporal Jurisdiction of International Tribunalsby Nick Gallus

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 189.99

    This book examines whether the time of an action, along with other types of jurisdiction such as subject and territory, determines whether a tribunal may rule on it. It does this by clarifying the different limits on the temporal jurisdiction of international tribunals and the important distinctions between those limits. more...

  • When Human Rights Clash at the European Court of Human Rightsby Stijn Smet; Eva Brems

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 89.99

    This book answers a number of central questions in the ongoing scholarly and judicial debate on conflicts of human rights. Throughout this text, contributors provide both theoretical and practical answers by debating the very existence of human rights clashes as well as their resolution. more...

  • Taking a Case to the European Court of Human Rightsby Philip Leach

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 79.99

    An essential exploration of the law, practice, and procedure of the European Court of Human Rights. This book provides practical, in-depth guidance on the Court procedure and includes a concise and up-to-date analysis of the substantive law of the European Convention on Human Rights. more...

  • Conflict of Laws and Arbitral Discretionby Benjamin Hayward

    OUP Oxford 2016; US$ 124.99

    This book identifies the difficulties that result from resolving conflicts of laws through unconstrained arbitral discretions. It establishes that a bright-line test would be a preferable way to resolve arbitral conflicts of laws. Specifically, it recommends a modified Art. 4 Rome Convention rule as the ideal basis for law reform in this area. more...

  • The Culturalization of Human Rights Lawby Federico Lenzerini

    OUP Oxford 2014; US$ 104.99

    International human rights law was originally focused on universal individual rights. This book examines the developments which have seen it change to a multi-cultural approach, one more sensitive to the cultures of the people directly affected by them. It argues that this can provide benefits, but that aspects of universalism must be retained. more...

  • The European Court of Justice and International Courtsby Tobias Lock

    OUP Oxford 2015; US$ 114.99

    The Court of Justice of the European Union holds exclusive jurisdiction that extends to many international treaties, which can result in conflict of interpretation. This book compares the relationship of the Court of Justice to other courts and treaties, and examines how conflict of interpretation is largely avoided. more...

  • Justice vs. Lawby Eugene Hickok; Gary L. Macdowell

    Free Press 2010; US$ 9.99

    A detailed analysis of a child-abuse case reveals all of the aspects of the judicial system, including the limits of justice, and makes an argument for judicial restraint. more...

  • Collect Your Judgment in 5 Easy Stepsby Adrienne McMillan

    Sourcebooks, Inc. 2007; US$ 22.95

    Collect Your Judgment in 5 Easy Steps is an easy-to use reference guide that helps the average person collect a judgment without an attorney or collection agency. more...

  • Judges and Their Audiencesby Lawrence Baum

    Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 31.95 US$ 29.07

    What motivates judges as decision makers? Political scientist Lawrence Baum offers a new perspective on this crucial question, a perspective based on judges' interest in the approval of audiences important to them. The conventional scholarly wisdom holds that judges on higher courts seek only to make good law, good policy, or both. In these theories,... more...