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(Re-)Setting the Scholarly Agenda on Transjudicial Communication

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We consider the contributions made by Robert H. Bork's Coercing Virtue (2003) and Anne-Marie Slaughter's A New World Order (2004) to the ongoing debate over the citation of foreign law in United States courts. While empirically minded sociolegal scholars might be tempted to dismiss these books as mere op-eds, that would be a mistake. Taken with the spate of other recent work, they supply the makings of an agenda for rigorous research devoted to understanding the exchange of law among nations.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Washington University in St. Louis 2: Northwestern University

Publication date: 01 September 2007

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