Cambridge's expanding program now offers a renowned range of monographs and textbooks in International law as well as exciting new projects presenting the finest and freshest thinking in European and Comparative law, Intellectual Property, Corporate law, Environmental law and medico-legal studies. You will find details of these and a range of other areas on the pages which follow.
The result of a three-year project, this manual addresses the entire spectrum of international legal issues raised by cyber warfare.
This volume maps the roles in governance that courts are now undertaking in many countries and the ways in which they have come to matter in the political life of these nations. It offers empirically rich accounts of dramatic judicial actions in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, exploring the political conditions and judicial strategies that have fostered those assertions of power, and evaluating when and how courts' assertions of new roles have been politically consequential.
- 2nd Edition
In this revised and updated second edition of The Dynamic Constitution, Richard H. Fallon, Jr., provides an engaging, sophisticated introduction to American constitutional law. The Dynamic Constitution, Second Edition combines detailed explication of current doctrine with insightful analysis of the political culture and theoretical debates in which constitutional practice is situated. Through examples of Supreme Court cases and portraits of past and present Justices, this book dramatizes the historical and cultural factors that have shaped constitutional law.
This text promotes a more global sociolegal perspective that engages with multiple laws and societies and diverse sociolegal systems based on very different historical and cultural traditions, interacting on multiple local, national, and global levels. The approach to global legal pluralism seeks to provide a framework for envisioning new global governance regimes that move beyond state-based solutions to deal with trenchant transnational challenges.
This book draws together the theoretical and practical aspects of international cooperation needs and legal responses in critical areas of international concern. The book predicts that a more extensive, powerful, and varied international legal system will be needed to cope with future opportunities and challenges.
This book uses three approaches to examine the different ways to conceptualize the problem of global justice and its relationship to trade law, and to international economic law and economic fairness more generally, in view of globalization and the diversity of normative traditions in the world.