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“International Law and Transnational Legal Orders: Permeating Boundaries and Extending Social Science Encounters”

7/7/2021, Terence Halliday

 “International Law and Transnational Legal Orders: Permeating Boundaries and Extending Social Science Encounters,” (w. Gregory Shaffer) Chicago Journal of International Law 22: 168-184.

Expanding scholarship on transnational legal orders and ordering brings theory and research on international law (including conventional “internal” approaches) into productive engagement with growing bodies of socio-legal research and scholarship (the so-called “external” view), with mutual benefits for both. The Essay illustrates the promise of the transnational legal order framework with two illustrations, one from international trade law through the World Trade Organization and the other from international commercial law created and promulgated by United Nations Commission on International Trade Law

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