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Resolving Conflicts in the Law: Essays in Honour of Lea Brilmayer

Edited by: Chiara Giorgetti, Natalie Klein

ISBN13: 9789004316522
To be Published: January 2019
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £164.00

Resolving Conflicts in the Law, edited by Chiara Giorgetti and Natalie Klein, honours the work of Professor Lea Brilmayer whose intellectual contribution and influence span scholarly debate and the practice of both public and private international law.

The book’s essays are from leading international law scholars and practitioners in the field—including Michael Reisman, Stephen Schwebel, Erin O’Connor O’Hara, John Crook, Philippa Webb, Kermit Roosevelt, Harold Koh—and reflect on contemporary and cutting-edge questions of international law. Each contribution enriches and advances scholarly debate on topics of law for which Lea Brilmayer is well known, including: international dispute settlement; conflicts of law; international relations theory; secession and territorial and maritime sovereignty.

Public International Law
Professor Lea Brilmayer: Biographical Note
Professor Lea Brilmayer: Selected Publications
Notes on Contributors
1. “This is your wake-up call”: Lea Brilmayer’s Impact as a Scholar and Teacher
Chiara Giorgetti and Natalie Klein
2. Lea Brilmayer: How Contacts Count
Harold Hongju Koh
3. Professor Brilmayer and the Third Restatement
Kermit Roosevelt III
4. Choice-of-Law Rules as Geographic Scope Limitations
Carlos M. Vázquez
5. Forum non Conveniens: Recent Developments at the Intersection of Public and Private International Law
Philippa Webb
6. Meddling in Internal Affairs: The Boundaries of Non-Intervention in a World without Boundaries
W. Michael Reisman
7. Jurisprudential Space Junk: Treaties and New Technologies
Rebecca Crootof  
8. Recognition, Rewards, and Regime Change
William J. Moon
9. Functional State Recognition and International Economic Law
Kathleen Claussen
10. Why Sub-State Groups Are Endowed with Rights
Laura S. Underkuffler
11. Why International Organizations are Accountable to You
Eyal Benvenisti
12. Are International Mass Claims Commissions the Right Mechanism to Provide Redress to Individuals Injured under International Law?
Chiara Giorgetti
13. Land and Sea: Resolving Contested Land and Disappearing Land Disputes under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
Natalie Klein
14. Professor Lea Brilmayer and the Quest for Evidence from Space
John Crook
15. The Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission’s Partial Awards on Eritrea’s and Ethiopia’s Diplomatic Claims
Robert G. Volterra
16. The Misinterpretation and Misapplication of the Minimum Standard of International Law
Stephen M. Schwebel
17. Conflict of Laws: A Recipe for Transformative Contributions
Erin O’Hara O’Connor