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Trade, Law and Development  
DisciplineLaw review
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
History2008-present
Publisher
National Law University, Jodhpur (India)
FrequencyBiannual
Yes
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Trade Law Dev.
Indexing
ISSN0975-3346
Links

Overview[edit]

Trade, Law and Development (TL&D) is a biannual, student-run, academic journal published by National Law University, Jodhpur, India (NLU, Jodhpur). It provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and constructive debate on legal and policy issues surrounding world trade, cross-border investment, and development, among other inter-related aspects of international law. The main focus areas of the Journal are international trade law and international economic law. It was founded in 2009 by Shashank P. Kumar, an alumnus of NLU, Jodhpur.

Being a biannual journal, TL&D is published in yearly volumes of two issues each – one special issue that is published in the summer, and one general issue which is a winter publication. While the general (winter issue) has no specific theme, the special issue (summer issue) is on a relatively under-explored topic or issue of contemporary relevance to the world. Previous special issues have covered areas such as “Trade Facilitation Agreement” (2019), “Revisiting WTO’s Role in Global Governance” (2018), “Recent Regionalism” (2017), “Trade and Public Health” (2016) and “Government Procurement” (2015), inter alia. The 2020 special issue is dedicated to “Trade in Services”. The 2019 special issue on “Trade Facilitation Agreement” is one of the very few authoritative publications on the subject. Further, the upcoming special issue (due for publication in Summer, 2020) is on the dynamic field of Trade in Services.

The scope of the Journal includes publication of “Articles”, “Notes”, “Comments” or “Book Reviews” from distinguished and diverse authors, including, inter alia, judges, scholars, policy-makers, practitioners and students. All references in the Journal are formatted as per the latest edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform Style of Citation.

The review process usually involves two to three editors and takes 4–8 weeks from the date of submission, with expedited reviews possible in exceptional circumstances.

Subscription Policy[edit]

Annual subscription of the Journal comprises two issues, including any special issues, published in an academic year. Individual and institutional subscription in India costs ₹400 and ₹1000 respectively, while prices for international subscription, individual and institutional are $30 and $100 respectively (all prices inclusive of postal charges).

Payment can be made by way of a banker's draft or cheque drawn in favour of “The Registrar, National Law University” payable at Jodhpur, or by way of direct account transfer, the details of which can be sought via e-mail. In addition, an e-mail has to be sent with the Cheque/Draft No. to editors[at]tradelawdevelopment.com.

International payments may also be made by way of a draft or cheque. For further information on international subscriptions, please contact the Registrar, National Law University, Jodhpur (nlu-jod-rj[at]nic.in; Cc: editors[at]tradelawdevelopment.com) with the subject “International Subscription for TL&D Journal”.

Ranking[edit]

Since 2011 i.e. two years after its inception, TL&D has consistently been ranked as the best law journal in India across all disciplines. According to Washington & Lee University's Law Journal Rankings, barring the inception year 2009 when it was not ranked, TL&D has retained the top position among all law journals (across all disciplines) from India from 2011 to 2017 (having scored the highest combined score and highest impact factor score). In 2010, it was ranked 2nd (combined score: 1.2) marginally losing out the top spot to Jindal Global Law Review (combined score: 1.6).

In the field of International Trade, TL&D was ranked as the 10th best law journal across the globe in 2012. Further, it secured the 12th position in 2013-14; 11th in 2015; and 14th in 2016-17.

Editorial Board & Staff[edit]

The editorial board of TL&D comprises two Editors-in-Chief, one Managing Editor (ME) and Senior Content Editor each along with other Editors viz. Associate Editors, Copy Editors and Consulting Editors.

The Journal is patronised by the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of NLU, Jodhpur and also has one member of faculty as the Faculty-in-Charge. For the 2019-20 volumes, Prof. (Dr.) Poonam Pradhan Saxena and Dr. Rosmy Joan are the Patron and Faculty-in-Charge respectively. The details of the editorial staff are available here.

Recognition and References[edit]

Despite its recent inception, TL&D's contribution to scholarship has attracted wide acclaim. The Journal's efforts have been recognised by a multitude of reputed personnel and organisations, for instance:

Focus, Scope and Section Policies[edit]

The Journal is particularly committed to publishing perspectives from and for the developing world. It publishes “Articles”, “Notes”, “Comments” or “Book Reviews” from distinguished and diverse authors, including, inter alia, judges, scholars, policy-makers, practitioners and students.  

The following is a non-exhaustive subject list outlining the scope of the journal: international law (public/private); international trade; economic law; investment law; intellectual property and trade; public health and trade; arbitration; competition law and policy; the WTO; international financial regulations; and sustainable development.

Submissions to the Journal can be made in the form of:

  1. Articles - Articles must deal with issues of contemporary interest and relevance and must demonstrate a high-level of analysis. Articles of a purely descriptive nature, unless about a development in a country or a region which may necessarily be of a descriptive nature, are not preferred. Articles should generally be between 10,000-20,000 words in length, though the length may vary as per the author's needs.
  2. Notes and Comments - This section includes shorter Notes and Comments. Notes cover recent developments or are issue specific in analysing a "micro-legal" question. Comments are essentially a critical analysis of an issue of relevance, including case laws, policy and legislative developments. Notes and Comments should be between 5,000-10,000 words in length.
  3. Book Reviews

Major Contributors[edit]

TL&D has received contributions from renowned authors and scholars, such as:

  • Dr. Prof. Ernst Ulrich Petersmann, emeritus professor and former head of the law department of the European University Institute at Florence (Italy);
  • Prof. Steve Charnovitz, a Professor at The George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC, and is best known for his writings on the linkages between trade and environment and trade and labor rights;
  • Prof. Petros Mavroidis, is currently the Political Affairs Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece and he served as Ambassador of Greece to Pakistan from 2007 to 2014;
  • Prof. Mitsuo Matsuhita, he is Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University and counsel to Nagashima, Ohno & Tsunematsu, a leading international law firm in Tokyo;
  • Prof. Raj Bhala, an Indian-American author, lawyer and professor, prominent in the fields of International Trade Law and Islamic Law. He is a professor at the University of Kansas, School of Law where he is the inaugural Leo S. Brenneisen Distinguished Professor of Law;
  • Prof. Joel Trachtman, Joel P. Trachtman is professor of international law at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Recent books include "The Future of International Law: Global Government" (Cambridge 2013);
  • Gabrielle Marceau who was a member of the Cabinet of the WTO Director General Pascal Lamy;
  • Simon Lester, who is the associate director of Cato's Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies;
  • Prof. Bryan Mercurio, Bryan Mercurio is Professor of Law and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong; and
  • Prof. M. Sornarajah who is the C. J. Koh Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore; among others.
  • Fali S. Nariman, senior advocate to the Supreme Court of India since 1971 and President of the Bar Association of India since 1991, in his Comment titled International Arbitration in the Twenty First Century: Concepts, Instruments and Techniques.

List of Published Content[edit]

Volume 10, Issue 2
S. No Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 10 2018 The 2018 Trade Wars as a Threat to the World Trading System and Constitutional Democracies Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann Article
2. 10 2018 How American Rejectionism Undermines International Economic Law Steve Charnovitz Article
3. 10 2018 Virtual Water, Embodied Carbon and Trade Law: Conflict or Coexistence? Daniel Magraw, Radhika Venkataraman Article
4. 10 2018 Cracks in the 'Crown Jewel'—Whither 'Prompt Settlement' of WTO Disputes? Jayant Raghu Ram Article
5. 10 2018 Renascence of The Red Dragon: A Critique on the US and EU Response to China's Transition to a Market Economy under the WTO Abhishek Rana Article
6. 10 2018 Strategising Protectionism: An Analysis of India's Regulation of Anti-Dumping Duty Circumvention Bhumika Billa Article
7. 10 2018 Defining Anti-Dumping Duties Under European Union Law Nicolaj Kuplewatzky Note/

Comment

8 10 2018 What is a Safeguard Under WTO Law? Akhil Raina Note/

Comment

Volume 10, Issue 1
S. No Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 10 2018 Conflict Resolution in a Changing World Order Marike R.P. Paulsson Article
2. 10 2018 Will the Price ever be Right? Carbon Pricing and the WTO Rohinton P. Medhora, Maria Panezi Article
3. 10 2018 Regionalism in a Multilateral Trading System: Legal Interplays Between the Eurasian Economic Union & the WTO Elke Hellinx Article
4. 10 2018 In Search of the Final Frontier – An Analysis of the Extraterritorial Effect of International Trade Measures from a Jurisdictional Perspective Marieke Koekkoek Article
5. 10 2018 The Old Sheriff and the Vigilante: World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement and Section 301 Investigations into Intellectual Property Disputes Zachary Harper Note/

Comment

6. 10 2018 The Role of WTO in Sustainable Development Governance, Revisited Soo-Hyun Lee Note/

Comment

Volume 9, Issue 2
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 9 2017 70th Anniversary of the GATT: Stalin, the Marshall Plan, and the Provisional Application of the GATT 194 Roy Santana Article
2. 9 2017 Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: A Commentary on Developing/Developed Country Divide and Social Considerations Yong-Shik Lee Article
3. 9 2017 Sustainable Development and the Commodities Challenge: The Eventual ‘Greening’ of the World Trade Organization Gregory Messenger Article
4. 9 2017 The ‘Politicization’ of the EU Development Policy Peter Hilpold Article
5. 9 2017 Re-Assessing Mineral Export Restraints as Industrial Policy Instruments: What Role, if any, for the WTO Subsidy Law? Ilaria Espa Article
6. 9 2017 Sunny Skies Ahead? Political Economy of Climate, Trade and Solar Energy in India Vyoma Jha Article
7. 9 2017 Three Viewpoints on China's Non-Market Economy Status Ritwik Bhattacharya Note/

Comment

8. 9 2017 Renewable Energy and Article III:8(A) of the GATT: Reassessing the Environment-Trade Conflict in Light of  the ‘Next Generation’ Cases Aditya Sarmah Note/

Comment

Volume 9, Issue 1
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 9 2017 MERCOSUR- EU Trade Negotiations: Ending Trade Diversion, Strengthening Trade Institutions Julio J. Nogués Article
2. 9 2017 The Phantom of the TPP: The Impact of the TPP on International Trade Negotiations Juan Nascimbene Article
3. 9 2017 Liberalization Commitments, Financial Stability Safeguards and Capital Controls: Practice Evolutions from GATS to TPP and Mega-regional Trade Agreements Antoine P. Martin, Bryan Mercurio Article
4. 9 2017 Affirmation and Incorporation of WTO Agreements in Preferential Trade Agreements: Congruence or Conflict? James J. Nedumpara, Aditya Laddha Article
Volume 8, Issue 2
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 8 2016 A Legal Perspective on Digital Trade: Keeping the Internet Neutral Tvisha Shroff, Katrin Kuhlmann Article
2. 8 2016 TTIP: ‘The Rise of Mega-Market’ Trade Agreements and its Potential Implications for the Global South Aoife O’Donoghue & Ntina Tzouvala Article
3. 8 2016 The Impact of the TPP on Opening Government Procurement to International Competition in the Asia Pacific Region. Jedrez Gorski Article
4. 8 2016 Convergence and Divergence in the Investment Treaty Universe- Scoping the Potential for Multilateral Consolidation Wolfgang Alschner & Dmitriy Skougarevskiy Note/ Comment
Volume 8, Issue 1
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 8 2016 How ‘Necessary’? A Comparison of Legal and Economic Assessments – GATT Dispute Settlements Under: Article XX (B) TBT 2.2 and SPS 5.6.   Kamala Dawar & Eyal Ronan   Article
2. 8 2016 When Life Gives You Lemons: The “Battle of Science” on the Correct Interpretation of Data on Citrus Black Spot Disease Between The European Union and South Africa According to the SPS Agreement    Dominique Sinopoli & Kai P. Purnhagen Article
3. 8 2016 Interpreting Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations in WTO Jurisprudence in its Application to Compulsory Licensing Thaddeus Manu Article
4. 8 2016 Towards a bottom-up SPS cooperation: An analysis of regulatory convergence in Food Safety Regimes Mengyi Wang & Ching-Fu Lin Article
5. 8 2016 Political, Legal and Institutional Perspectives on Pharmaceutical Patents and Access to Medicines Tommaso Soave Article
Volume 7, Issue 2
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 7 2015 Labour Rights as Human Rights: Evaluating the policy coherence of USA, EU and Australia through trade agreements and their participation in the Universal Periodic Review Raymond Saner, Angad Keith & Lichia Y Article
2. 7 2015 Water, from One State to Another: The Wavering Legal Status of Water and its Export in Bulk under International Trade Law Paolo Turrini Article
3. 7 2015 Insights from the 19th Century Wave of Bilateral Trade Agreements for the WTO Era Jean-Jacques Hallaert Note/

Comment

4. 7 2015 TRIPS and the Rise of Counterfeiting: A Comparative Examination of Trademark Protection and Border Measures in

the European Union and the Gulf Cooperation Council

Lolwa Alfadhel Note/

Comment

Volume 7, Issue 1
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 7 2015 Are Government(s) Pro-‘Cure’(Ment)? The WTO and Beyond Ali Amarjee Editorial
2. 7 2015 Helping Nations, Businesses and People to Succeed: How Government Procurement Influences Institution Building, Good Governance, Economic Growth and Sustainable Development Nicholas C. Niggli Editorial
3. 7 2015 Anti-Corruption Provisions in the New GPA Chang-fa Lo Article
4. 7 2015 The Revised WTO Agreement on Government Procurement as an Emerging Pillar of the World Trading System: Recent Developments Robert D. Anderson, Anna Caroline Müller Article
5. 7 2015 Negotiations and the Development of International Standards in Public Procurement: Let the Best Team Win? Caroline Nicholas Article
6. 7 2015 GPA Accession: Lessons Learned on the Strengths and Weaknesses of the WTO Government Procurement Agreement Christopher R. Yukins & Johannes S. Schnitzer Article
7. 7 2015 Life Cycle Costing in Defence Acquisition: The Challenges of Transforming Complex Aspirations into Factual Ground Realities Sandeep Verma Article
8. 7 2015 Innovation, State Contracting and Public Procurement Law Geo Quinot Article
9. 7 2015 Cui bono? Scope, rationales and consequences of the exemption for development procurement in the revised text of the GPA Anna La Chimia Article
Volume 6, Issue 2
S.

No

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 6 2014 Killing the Proverbial Two Birds with One Stone: New Ways to Expand the Comparative Law Methodological Repertoire and Enhance the Effectiveness of Inter-Jurisdictional Environmental Governance Regimes Roda Mushkat Article
2. 6 2014 Trade-related International Food Security and the Developing World Mary Footer Article
3. 6 2014 Trajectories of Investment Protection in India: An Analysis of Compensation for Expropriation Rajesh Babu Article
4. 6 2014 Regulating Services Through Trade Agreements – A Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Disciplines Included in EU and US Free Trade Agreements Billy Araujo Note/

Comment

5. 6 2014 Restructuring Incentives for Pharmaceutical Innovation Anhad Gupta Note/

Comment


Volume 6, Issue 1
S. No. Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 6 2014 A ‘Heated’ Debate: The WTO’s Climate Question Ali Amerjee,

Nakul Nayak

Article

(Editorial)

2. 6 2014 Three Core Issues Thomas Cottier Article
3. 6 2014 Trade Proposals is for Climate Change Rafael Leal Arcas Article
4. 6 2014 Real or Imagined Controversies? A Climate Law Perspective on the Growing Links Between the International Trade and Climate Regime Changes Kati Kulovesi Article
5. 6 2014 Why Developing Countries Won’t negotiate? The Case of the WTO Environmental Goods Agreement Mark Wu Article
6. 6 2014 Clash of Rationalities: Revisiting the Trade Environment Debate in Light of WTO Disputes over Green Industrial Policy Sadeq Z. Bigdeli Article
7. 6 2014 The Case for ‘Sui-Generis’ Developing Country- led Initiatives on Carbon Footprint Labelling Mahesh Sugathan Note/

Comment


Volume 5, Issue 2

S. No. Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 5 2013 Fragmentation and Judicialization of International Law as Dialectic Strategies for Reforming International Economic Law Ernst Ulrich Petersmann Article
2. 5 2013 WTO at a Crossroads: The Crisis of Multilateral Trade and the Political Economy of the Flexible Debate Donatella Alessandrini Article
3. 5 2013 Development is no Excuse for Human Rights Abuses: Framing the Responsibility of International Development Agencies Benoit Mayer Article
4. 5 2013 The WTO Law on Subsidies and Climate Change: Overcoming the Dissonance Avidan Kent Article
5. 5 2013 The Proposed Horizontal Mechanism: An evaluation in Light of existing Procedures Under the Dispute Settlement Understanding Evin Dalkilie Note/

Comment


Volume 5, Issue 1
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 5 2013 Trade, Development and Competition Law: India and Canada Compared Aditya Bhattacharya Article
2. 5 2013 'Naming, Shaming and Flinging’; Harnessing Indian Capacity for WTO Dispute Settlement James J Nedumpara Article
3. 5 2013 India’s Twin Concerns over Energy Security and Climate Change: Revisiting India’s Investment Treaties through a sustainable Development Lens Vyoma Jha Article
4. 5 2013 India’s Pharmaceutical Innovation Policy: Developing Strategies for Developing Country Needs Swaraj Paul Barooh Article
5. 5 2013 FDI in Multi-brand Retail Trading and India’s Bilateral Investment Treaties   Prabhash Ranjan Note/

Comment


Volume 4, Issue 2
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 4 2012 Human Rights and International Economic Law Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann Article
2. 4 2012 Investment Treaty Breach as Internationally Proscribed Conduct: Shifting Scope, Evolving Objectives, Recalibrated Remedies? Mavluda Sattorova Article
3. 4 2012 Doha Round Negotiations: Problems, Potential Outcomes and Possible Implications Surendra Bhandari Article
4. 4 2012 Challenges in Intellectual Property Governance: Providing the Right Incentives in the Quest for Global Innovation Daniel Gervais Note/

Comment

5. 4 2012 A Note on the Appellate Body Report in the Chinese Minerals Export Restrictions Case Mitsuo Matsushita Note/

Comment

6. 4 2012 A Balancing Act: Using WTO Dispute Settlement to Resolve Regional Trade Agreement Disputes Felicity Hammond Note/

Comment

7. 4 2012 A Review of Sonia E. Rolland, Development at the World Trade Organization (Oxford Univ. Press 2012) Nicolas Lamp Book Review


Volume 4, Issue 1
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 4 2012 Settling Trade Disputes: Butter, Not Guns Prateek Bhattacharya,

Jayant Raghu Ram

Article

(Editorial)

2. 4 2012 The WTO, Legitimacy and Development Joel P. Trachtman Article
3. 4 2012 Transparency and Public Participation in the WTO: A Report Card on WTO Transparency Mechanisms Gabrielle Marceau,

Mikella Hurley

Article
4. 4 2012 Going Beyond Stereotypes: Participation of Developing Countries in WTO Dispute Settlement Jan Bohanes,

Fernanda Garza

Article
5. 4 2012 The Development of Standards of Appellate Review for Factual, Legal and Law Application Questions in WTO Dispute Settlement Simon Lester Article
6. 4 2012 Considering Development in the Implementation of Panel and Appellate Body Reports Sonia E. Rolland Article
7. 4 2012 Epistemic Contests and Legitimacy of the World Trade Organization: The Brazil – USA Cotton Dispute and Incremental Balancing of Global Interests Arthur Daemmrich Article
8. 4 2012 WTO Dispute Settlement Body Developments in 2010: An Analysis H.E. Mr. Yonov

Frederick Agah

Note/

Comment

9. 4 2012 The Neglected Link Between the Legal Nature of WTO Rules, the Political Filtering of WTO Disputes, and the Absence of Retrospective WTO Remedies Claus D. Zimmermann Note/

Comment

10. 4 2012 A Review of Kati Kulovesi, The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Challenges of the Environment, Legitimacy and Fragmentation (Kluwer Int’l 2011) Sagnik Sinha Book Review


Volume 3, Issue 2
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 3 2011 Export Control of Natural Resources - WTO Panel Ruling on the Chinese Export Restrictions of Natural Resources Mitsuo Matsushita Article
2. 3 2011 Development as an International Right: Investment in the new Trade-Based IIAs Diane A. Desierto Article
3. 3 2011 Why the Amicus Curia Institution is Ill-suited to address Indigenous Peoples’ Rights before Investor-State Arbitration Tribunals: Glamis Gold and the Right of Intervention Patrick Wieland Article
4. 3 2011 Doha, Dohalf or Dohaha? The WTO Licks its Wounds Petros C. Mavroidis Note/

Comment

5. 3 2011 Toleration of Temporary Non-Compliance: The Systemic Safety Valve of WTO Dispute Settlement Revisited Claus D. Zimmermann Note/

Comment

6. 3 2011 Developing Countries and Intellectual Property Enforcement Measures: Improving Access to Medicines through WTO Dispute Settlement Melissa Blue Sky Note/

Comment


Volume 3, Issue 1
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 3 2011 2010-2011: Taking the Road Less Travelled Meghana Sharafudeen Article

(Editorial)

2. 3 2011 The World of TWAIL: Introduction to the Special Issue B. S. Chimni Article

(Editorial)

3. 3 2011 TWAIL: A Brief History of its Origins, its Decentralized Network, and a Tentative Bibliography James Thuo Gathii Article
4. 3 2011 How the Multi-Level Democratisation of International Law-Making Can Effect Popular Aspirations Towards Self-Determination Mohsen Al Attar,

Rebekah Thompson

Article
5. 3 2011 Between Resistance and Reform: TWAIL and the Universality of International Law Luis Eslava,

Sundhya Pahuja

Article
6. 3 2011 TWAIL and the Dabhol Arbitration Gus Van Harten Article
7. 3 2011 Transnational Business and Environmental Harm: A TWAIL Analysis of Home State Obligations Sara L Seck Article
8. 3 2011 Mutations of Neo-Liberalism in International Investment Law M. Sornarajah Article
9. 3 2011 Of Haves and Have-Nots: A Review of Donatella Alessandrini, Developing Countries and the Multilateral Trade Regime: The Failure and Promise of the WTO’s Development Mission (Hart Publishing 2010) Gregory W. Bowman Book Review
10. 3 2011 Education for Emancipation Mohsen Al Attar, Mia Koning Graphic Art


Volume 2, Issue 2
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 2 2010 A Precautionary Approach to Decision Making: The Evolving Jurisprudence on Article 5.7 of the SPS Agreement Bryan Mercurio,

Diana Shao

Article
2. 2 2010 European Union - China Trade Relations Rafael Leal- Arcus Article
3. 2 2010 An Economic Integration Agreement on Services: A Possible Solution to the Doha Development Round Impasse Petra L. Emerson Article
4. 2 2010 Germany’s Ban on Monsanto’s Modified Maize (MON810): A Violation of International Law Andrea L. Stephenson Note/

Comment

5. 2 2010 The United States Guards the Guards Themselves: The International Law Implication of the Swiss Bank and IRS Controversy Emily C. Kendall Note/

Comment


Volume 2, Issue 1
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 2 2010 A Yearful of Thoughts Shashank P. Kumar Article

(Editorial)

2. 2 2010 International Investment Law: Questions Riddling an Answer Manu Sanan Article

(Editorial)

3. 2 2010 Five Justifications for Investment Treaties: A Critical Discussion Gus Van Harten Article
4. 2 2010 The Multilateralization of International Investment Law: Emergence of a Multilateral System of Investment Protection on Bilateral Grounds Stephan W. Schill Article
5. 2 2010 Shareholders’ Action to Claim for Indirect Damages on ICSID Arbitration Dolores Bentolila Article
6. 2 2010 Protected Investments and Protected Investors: The Outer Limits of ICSID’s Reach Omar E. García-Bolívar Note/

Comment

7. 2 2010 The Scope and Effect of Umbrella Clauses: The Need for a Theory of Deference? Mihir C. Naniwadekar Note/

Comment


Volume 1, Issue 2
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 1 2009 From Basel to Hong Kong International Environmental Regulation of Ship Recycling Takes One Step Forward and Two Steps Back Saurabh Bhattacharjee Article
2. 1 2009 The Brazilian Tyres Case: Trade Supersedes Health Nikolaos Lavranos Article
3. 1 2009 Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in India Aditya Gupta Note/

Comment

4. 1 2009 Making a Case for the Imposition of Unilateral Trade Sanctions to Protect Labour and Basic Human Rights Aditya Swarup Note/

Comment

5. 1 2009 International Arbitration in the Twenty First Century: Concepts, Instruments and Techniques Fali S. Nariman Note/

Comment

6. 1 2009 Scrutinizing RTA’s: A Comparative Review of David Gantz, Regional Trade Agreements: Law Policy and Practice (Durham Carolina Academic Press, 2009) Raj Bhala et al. Book Review


Volume 1, Issue 1
S.

No.

Volume Year Title Author Type
1. 1 2009 Teaching China GATT Raj Bhala Article
2. 1 2009 Time for a Paradigm Shift? Exploring Maximum Standards in International Intellectual Property Protection Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan Article
3. 1 2009 Evolving WTO Law Concerning Health, Safety and Environmental Measures Marcos Orellana Article
4. 1 2009 Fair’s Fair: Why Congress Should Amend US Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Laws to Prevent Double Remedy Dana Watts Note/

Comment

5. 1 2009 Conflicts over “Conflict”: Preventing Fragmentation of International Law Adarsh Ramanujan Note/

Comment

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