As the title suggests, A Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr. is a European style Festschrift or Liber Amicorum, and compiles short essays by eminent scholars and practitioners who have known Prof. Wallace during his long and distinguished career as a Professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center and, among others, as the Chairman of the International Law Institute, the U.S. Delegate to UNCITRAL, the Legal Adviser to the USAID, President of the ABA Section on International Law, presiding officer of the UNIDROIT Foundation, and Of Counsel to a number of prominent international law firms including Winston a Strawn LLP, Morgan Lewis LLP, Arnold a Porter LLP, and Shearman a Sterling LLP. The primary topics covered in the book are: Foreign Investment and Political RiskInternational Investment Law and ArbitrationUnification of Private LawCommercial Law ReformPublic ProcurementRule of Law and Transitional JusticeInternational Business Law and Human RightsLegal Aspects of the United States' Foreign Affairs: Public International Law, Separation of Powers and Terrorism. Professor Wallace's friends, including the co-editors, have submitted 45 essays including a biographical piece prepared by the editors to this volume.fact-specific approach in order to reach the acorrecta decision from a broader social perspective that may often go well ... because it was truly a science, it was also capable of providing right answers for the pressing social problems of the day.
|Title||:||Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr.|
|Author||:||Borzu Sabahi, Nicholas J. Birch, Ian A. Laird, José Antonio Rivas|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2014-10-01|