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Lawyers and the Construction of Transnational Justice

Edited by: Yves Dezalay, Bryant G. Garth

ISBN13: 9780415823968
Published: September 2012
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2011)
Price: £34.99
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9780415581189



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Lawyers and the Construction of Transnational Justice will show students and scholars what it means in practice to talk about building transnational justice - both on the side of economic regulation and on the side of human rights and humanitarian law. It links national and transnational processes, tracing the activities of lawyers with their successful and less successful strategies to build institutions and credibility for a transnational legal field. Examples include developments in international criminal justice, including the unsuccessful quest to establish universal jurisdiction for the prosecution of human rights violators; the very successful efforts to build transnational trade and intellectual property regimes; and the relative success in building a European legal field. The introductory and concluding chapters by the co-editors, drawing on the sociology of Pierre Bourdieu, link the chapters together and explore the possibilities for a more institutionalized and unified transnational legal field - bridging the economic and corporate side with the human rights and humanitarian side. Addressing a range of international issues, Lawyers and the Construction of Transnational Justice is a major contribution to the field of sociology of law, as well as to debates about global governance.

Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
Introduction:
1. Constructing Transnational Justice, Yves Dezalay and Bryant G. Garth
2. Lawyers, Humanitarian Emergencies, and the Politics of Large Number, Ron Levi and John Hagan
3.The Cause of Universal Jurisdiction: The Rise and Fall of an International Mobilization, Julien Seroussi
4. Lawyering War or Talking Peace? On Militant Usages of the Law in the Resolution of Internal Armed Conflicts: A Case Study of International Alert, Sara Dezalay
5. From Peacebuilding in War-Torn Countries to Justice in the Global North, Sandrine Lefranc
6. Legal Cosmopolitanism Divided: Stating, Codifying, and Invoking International Law of State Responsibility, Pierre-Yves Conde
7. Globalizing Intellectual Property Rights: The Politics of Law and Public Health, Diana Rodriguez-Franco
8. The Transnational Meets the National: The Construction of Trade Policy Networks in Brazil, Gregory Shaffer, Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin and Barbara Rosenberg
9. The Force of a Weak Field: Law and Lawyers in the Government of Europe, Antoine Vauchez
10.The European Court of Justice in the Emergent European Field of Power: Transnational Judicial Institutions and National Career Paths, Antonin Cohen
11. Human Rights and the Hegemony of Ideology: European Lawyers and the Cold War Battle over International Human Rights, Mikael Rask Madsen