International Courts (ICs) must enjoy considerable independence to settle disputes and develop the law. PluriCourts explores several aspects of international courts’ checks and balances and delegation problems that arise.
International Courts and Judges: Independence, Interaction, and Legitimacy
Book chapter by Geir Ulfstein in Axel Marx and Jan Wouters (eds.) Global Governance, 2018.
The Legitimacy of International Trade Courts and Tribunals
Book edited by Robert Howse, Hélène Ruiz-Fabri, Geir Ulfstein and Michelle Q. Zang, in the Studies on International Courts and Tribunals Series, Cambridge University Press, 2018.
The Judicialization of International Law. A Mixed Blessing?
Book edited by Andreas Føllesdal and Geir Ulfstein, in the European Society of International Law Series, Oxford University Press (2018).
- Call for Papers: Political Legal Theory of International Courts and Tribunals 2020 Oct. 8, 2019 4:11 PM
- New members of the PluriCourts team Sep. 19, 2018 3:41 PM
- New Professor of Political Science at PluriCourts: Daniel Naurin Jan. 1, 2016 12:00 AM
- Women Are Underrepresented in International Courts and Tribunals Sep. 22, 2015 12:07 PM
- Ulfstein: The ECtHR uses and should use international treaties in its evolutive interpretation June 15, 2015 3:41 PM
- Judging under constraint: Formal independence and strategic behavor of international courts Feb. 26, 2020 12:15 PM