The overarching concern is why and when an international court (IC) merits criticism and deference of various kinds. Some components under the multidimensional concept of legitimacy are: normative justification, social support, legality, compliance, state consent, as well, as constitutional and public law standards.
- New members of the PluriCourts team Sep. 19, 2018 3:41 PM
- Danish Reform Proposal of the ECtHR Jeopardizes Minority Rights Mar. 1, 2018 1:43 PM
- Call for Papers: Geography and Legal Culture on the International Bench Feb. 19, 2018 12:11 PM
- Responding to Legitimacy Challenges: Opportunities and Choices for the European Court of Human Rights Sep. 21, 2018 12:00 AM
- Religion and Ethnicity on the International Bench Oct. 4, 2018 9:00 AM
International Courts and Judges: Independence, Interaction, and Legitimacy
Book chapter by Geir Ulfstein in Axel Marx and Jan Wouters (eds.) Global Governance, 2018.
Managing Backlash: The Evolving Investment Treaty Arbitrator?
Malcolm Langford and Daniel Behn published the article Managing Backlash: The Evolving Investment Treaty Arbitrator? in European Journal of International Law.
International Judicial Practice on the Environment
Book edited by Professor Christina Voigt. To be published on Cambridge University Press in 2019.
The Environment in International Courts and Tribunals – Issues of Legitimacy
Book project edited by Professor Christina Voigt, Cambridge University Press (2018).
The Legitimacy of 'Unseen Actors' in International Adjudication
Book project edited by Freya Baetens (forthcoming, 2018)