Texas International Law Journal

Texas International Law Journal is an academic journal focusing on Texas International Law

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 3, Spring

Constitutional Reform in China: The Case of Hong Kong*
Thank you for that very kind introduction. I am absolutely delighted to be here in Texas, particularly at UT Austin.Just so that I will not be charged with false advertising, I should say that the topic of my discussion this afternoon, Constitutional...
Experiences from Europe: Legal Diversity and the Internal Market
I. INTRODUCTIONThe theme I was given to talk about in this symposium-foreign law before the national courts from a European perspective-might be seen as an opportunity to discuss whether enhanced proximity and the increased volume of cross-border transactions...
Focusing on the European Perspective of Judicial Dialogue: Issues in the Area of Competition Law
I thought I would try to continue our discussion of globalization from the perspective of competition law and start with a little history-a five-minute tour d'horizon of the history of globalization in the area of antitrust-and then tell you about some...
Foreword: Globalization and the Judiciary
On September 4 and 5, 2003, the Texas International Law Journal hosted, for the second time, an international symposium on "Globalization and the Judiciary."1 The goal of the conference was again to address issues of the judicialization of international...
Judicialization: Can the European Model Be Exported to Other Parts of the World?
I. INTRODUCTIONJudicialization in the broadest sense of the term means replacing non-judicial proceedings of legislation, administration, or dispute settlement with judicial proceedings. Two features are to be distinguished: First, in national and in...
Learning from the Foreigners: A Response to Justice Scalia's and Professor Levinson's Professional Moral Parochialism
I. INTRODUCTIONAssume that an American judge (or anyone else for that matter) is trying to determine whether some choice of an American governmental unit violates the U.S. Constitution because it violates some fundamental-fairness-related moral right...
Lone Star: The Historic Role of the WTO
The last time I was in Austin, Texas, I was carried off on a stretcher. I was not in Austin then to speak to a symposium on international law. I was in Austin then to march in a parade. It was the spring of 1961. I was eleven years old. And I was a Cub...
Looking Abroad When Interpreting the U.S. Constitution: Some Reflections
To what extent should those charged with interpreting national constitutions take into account the lessons that might be taught by foreign experience? In asking this question, I do not mean to confine myself to the relevance of such foreign legal materials...
Stem Cell Division: Abortion Law and Its Influence on the Adoption of Radically Different Embryonic Stem Cell Legislation in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany
I. INTRODUCTIONA seventeen-year international race to capture and sustainably culture human embryonic stem cells ended in 1998 when a team of scientists from the University of Wisconsin isolated and cultured human embryonic stem cells for the first time.1...
The German Supreme Court: An Actor in the Global Conversation of High Courts
I. INTRODUCTIONA number of times I have taught seminars on the enforcement of intellectual property rights together with a British colleague, a judge at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. The seminars, organized by World Intellectual Property Organization...
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