|Present||Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
Assistant: Fonseca, Lynne
The Interlegality of Transnational Private Law Law and Contemporary Problems. Volume 71, Number 3 (2008), p. 107-127. (2008)
This article describes transnational private law as a decentralized and intermediate form of transnational governance that recognizes and manages the multiplicity of norms generated by plural normative systems in our contemporary world society. These include ...
Transnational Private Law and Private Ordering in a Contested Global Society Harvard International Law Journal. Volume 46, Number 2 (2005), p. 471-488. (2005)
This article explores a social vision of global public order taken from transnational private law. It recasts the potential role of private law in the cross-border economic context as centrally concerned with private action as ...
Countering, Branding, Dealing: Using Economic and Social Rights in and Around the International Trade Regime European Journal of International Law. Volume 14, Number 1 (2003), p. 35-84. (2003)
This article explores how the creative use of international economic and social rights law might assist actors operating inside and around the international trade law regime to address the impact of trade on social concerns. ...
Transnational Liftoff and Juridical Touchdown: The Regulatory Function of Private International Law in an Era of Globalization Columbia Journal of Transnational Law. Volume 40, Number 2 (2002), p. 209-274. (2002)
Globalization is sometimes considered to have led to the liftoff of international business transactions from national regulatory oversight. This Article is concerned with the connection between a liftoff of transnational business processes and the laws ...
In the Name of the International: The Supreme Court of Canada and the Internationalist Transformation of Canadian Private International Law Canadian Yearbook of International Law. Volume 39 (2001), p. 117-209. (2001)
Globalization and internationalization are pervasive in contemporary cultural, political, and economic policy discourses. Not surprisingly, a concern with internationalization and globalization increasingly characterizes the policy discourses of law. While the law often operates at a ...
Contributions to Books (5)
Conflicts and Comity in Transnational Governance: Private International Law as Mechanism and Metaphor for the Relationship among the Plural Orders of Transnational Social Regulation Christian Joerges and Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, eds. Constitutionalism, Multilevel Trade Governance and Social Regulation. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2006. (2006)
Research and Working Papers (2)
Transnational Law and Legal Pluralism: Methodological Challenges Legal Philosophy Between State and Transnationalism Seminar Series (2010)
Peer Zumbansen, Osgoode Hall Law School, draws out the analogies and connections between long-standing legal sociological insights into pluralistic legal orders and present concerns regarding the fragmentation of law outside of the nation state. Respondent: ...