08 October 2013
JOURNAL: European Law Journal Special Issue
The (2013) 19:6 European Law Journal is now available here.
It’s a special issue from an International Workshop for Young Scholars 2012 on The Future of Transnational Law: The EU, USA, China and the BRICS.
Transnational Law and the EU: Reflections from WISH in China (pages 705–710) Francis Snyder and Lu Yi
The Confederal Comeback: Rediscovering the Confederal Form for a Transnational World (pages 711–738) Armin Cuyvers
ACTA and the Enforcement of Copyright in Cyberspace: the Impact on Privacy (pages 759–778) Iryna Ievdokymova
The European Union as a Global Producer of Transnational Law of Risk Regulation: A Case Study on Chemical Regulation (pages 779–798) Marco de Morpurgo
Codes of Conduct as Private Legal Transplant: The Case of European Extractive MNEs (pages 799–821) Tomaso Ferrando
The Role of Experts in Experts in the Elaboration of the Cape Town Convention: Between Authority and Legitimacy (pages 843–863) Caroline Devaux