Chapter of Book
We face an increasing number of problems that are essentially global in nature because they affect the world in its entirety: global cartels, climate change, crimes against humanity; to name a few. These problems require world courts, yet world courts in the institutional sense are largely lacking. Hence, domestic courts must function, effectively, as world courts. Given the unlikelihood of effective world courts in the future, our challenge is to establish under what conditions domestic courts can play this role of world courts effectively and legitimately.
Ralf Michaels, Global Problems in Domestic Courts, in The Law of the Future and the Future of Law 165-176 (Sam Muller et al. eds., FICHL Publication Series No. 11 (2011))
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Jurisdiction (International law), Globalization, Conflict of laws
Courts Commons, International Law Commons, Jurisdiction Commons
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