The frontiers of international law are shifting. From climate change to corruption, we have seen a positive expansion of global norms. This year, ILJ will be soliciting 500-word think pieces tracing emerging trends in public and private international law. These “Frontiers” pieces are designed to spark conversation about exciting new developments in international law as well as worrisome setbacks in cases where enforcement has dropped or norms undermined.
We’ll be soliciting these reflections from leading scholars in the international law field starting in Spring 2019.
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