Earlier I wrote about Lee Peoples’s article, “The Use of Foreign Law by the Advocates General of the Court of Justice of the European Communities.” Lee’s article is part of a great symposium issue that arrived in today’s mail, with contributions from many law librarians. Here are the details:
Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce
Volume 35, issue No. 2, Spring 2008
Symposium: 21st Century International, Foreign and Comparative Law Research Issues.
Minding the Gap: 21st Century International, Foreign and Comparative Law Research Issues, by Thomas R. French
Gaps in International Legal Literature, by Lyonette Louis-Jacques
Tyranny of the Available: Under-represented Topics, Approaches, and Viewpoints, by Marci Hoffman and Katherine Topulos
Gauging the Impact of Online Legal Information on International Law: Two Tests, by Mary Rumsey
The Use of Foreign Law by the Advocates General of the Court of Justice of the European Communities, by Lee Faircloth Peoples
Perferably in English: Surfing the Pacific in Search of Law in Translation, by Mary Sexton
A Brief History of Brazilian Biofuels Legislation, by Juscelino F. Colares
Codes and Hypertext: The Intertextuality of International and Comparative Law, by Marylin J. Raisch
Following Deskaheh’s Legacy: Reclaiming the Cayuga Indian Nation’s Land Rights at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, by Carrie E. Garrow
Gaps in International Legal LIterature: A Skeptical Reppaisal, by Lyonette Louis-Jacques
We are cataloging this important issue as a monograph.