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Participation in policy making and the duty to consult-
Statutory duties to consult have proliferated in recent years. They appear to hold out a promise that the procedural protections of judicial review should be available not just in relation to decisions affecting individuals personally but to support political participation in a much broader sense. Has the statutory conferral of...
Is Private International Law a Pill that Courts Just Cannot Swallow? The Case of Matrimonial Property in Israel-
Private International Law (PIL), and choice of law within it in particular, are both a scientific subject-matter and a practical tool. It is beautifully complex and painstakingly accurate. But is it practical? Are its intricate rules actually used to achieve the most accurate of outcomes? Or do users of the...
International Investment Law and Developing Nations: the case of African countries-
There are discussions before the UNCITRAL and ICSID on reviews of various procedural aspects of international investments arbitration. These all feed into the ‘backlash’ against international arbitration generally but as it relates to the difficulties states have encountered with international investment agreements they have signed and arbitral awards made against...
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