Domestic Law Goes Global: Legal Traditions and International Courtsby Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, Emilia Justyna Powell
This book examines how domestic legal traditions influence states' commitments to international courts.See more details below
This book examines how domestic legal traditions influence states' commitments to international courts.
- Cambridge University Press
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Table of Contents
1. The creation and expansion of international courts; 2. Major legal traditions of the world; 3. A rational legal design theory of international adjudication; 4. Domestic legal traditions and the creation of the International Criminal Court; 5. Domestic legal traditions and state support for the World Court; 6. The rational design of state commitments to international courts; 7. The consequences of support for international courts; 8. Conclusion.
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