Nieland received his Juris Doctorate from the College of Law at the University of Iowa and served as a distinguished editor of its international law journal, Transnational Law
and Contemporary Problems.
The attending boom in research on transnational law
has significantly contributed to our understanding of its structure and functioning.
26) an emerging market for transnational law
, (27) and an evolving
Math Noortman, professor in transnational law
and non-state actors at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations said: "Talking to terrorists is not about negotiations or moral righteousness, nor is it about empathy or denying criminal accountability.
43) This switch in perspective further cements the value of human dignity to transnational law
as its quintessential precondition--and thus permits the rather startling proposition that without human dignity transnational law
simply ceases to exist.
Dismantling "the homogeneity and coerciveness of nationalist rules and regulations" (129), Mendenhall describes transnational law
as "the pluralistic order of various principles and rules from divergent customs, cultures, and communities that draws its lexicon from competing philosophical discourses and not from top-down, coercive commands of states or sovereigns" (131).
Lerner has led the design of such award-winning academic, medical, and research projects for KPF as the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, CUNY's Advanced Science Research Center, Peking University's School of Transnational Law
in Shenzhen and NYU Shanghai.
They have been organized into sections that problematize and develop the concept of transnational law
; explore the legal consequences of specific technological and scientific developments; analyze hybridization within regulatory networks; analyze horizontal hybridization in relation to the public/private distinction; and explore the consequences of this double hybridization for conflicts of law and constitutional approaches to transnational law
in relation to custom, conflict of laws, and constitutionalism.
This framework seeks to induce particular reifications of social life--such as the renegotiation of public and private proprietary spheres--and to standardize them globally, prompting Bhupinder Chimni to describe transnational law
as a groundwork for the materialization of a global state.
The School's focus on transnational law
- applying law across jurisdictions - positions us well to respond to the needs of employers.
M) in Transnational Law
from Temple University James E.
JESSUP, TRANSNATIONAL LAW
(1956) (reprinting the author's Storrs Lectures, delivered at Yale Law School in February 1956) (coining the term "transnational law
" and arguing that the world needed a field of law in this area).