25 mai 2016

OUVRAGE : D. Moura Vicente, Towards a Universal Justice? Putting International Courts and Jurisdictions into Perspective


The recent proliferation of international courts and jurisdictions raises a number of important issues ranging from the redefinition of the role of the International Court of Justice to the recent emergence of domestic courts as international jurisdictions. Towards a Universal Justice? Putting International Courts and Jurisdictions into Perspective, containing edited articles presented at the International Law Association’s Regional Conference held in Lisbon, offers a comprehensive overview of those issues and outlines challenges ahead for every branch of international law.


Manuel de Almeida Ribeiro
, Foreword 

I. The Growing Role of International Courts and Jurisdictions: The Permanent Court of International Justice, the International Court of Justice, and Beyond

1. Rui de Moura Ramos, Introduction  
2. Miguel de Serpa Soares, From Absence to Abundance: Tracing the Development and Impact of International Courts 
3. Rita Teixeira & Ricardo BastosThe Cases where the International Court of Justice lacked Jurisdiction: a Brief Analysis and Commentary 
4. Dimitra Papageorgiou & Eva TzavalaEnergy at Sea and the Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice

II. International Inspection and Control Mechanisms

5. Fernando Loureiro Bastos, An Overview of the International Inspection and Control Mechanisms 
6. José Cunha Rodrigues, The UEFA Financial Control Body

III. European and Other Regional Courts of Human Rights

7. Ireneu Cabral BarretoIntroduction 
8. Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque, The European Court of Human Rights as the European Constitutional Court 
9. José Pina Delgado, The African Court on Human and People's Rights and its Position in the International and African Architectures
10. Laura-Maria Craciunean, Cultural Rights and a Right to Cultural Identity before the European Court of Human Rights: Present Approaches and Future Challenges
11. Adriana Ramos Costa & Eleonora Mesquita Ceia, The Influence of Inter-American Human Rights Law on the Jurisprudence of the Brazilian Supreme Federal Court
12. Francesca Capone, Comparing and Discussing the Different Approaches to Remedies for Child Victims before the European Court of Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
13. Ondřej Svaček, International Criminal Court and Human Rights: Achievements and Challenges
14. Alex Ian Psarski Cabral, Cristiane Helena de Paula Lima Cabral & Mário Lúcio Quintão Soares, The Reception of the Inter-American Human Rights System in Brazil in Light of Penal Action no. 470

IV. Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Concerning International Trade and Investment, in particular within WTO and ICSID

15. Dário Moura Vicente, Investor-state Dispute Settlement in the European Perspective: Recent Developments
16. Alejandro Carballo, Dispute Resolution under the Energy Charter Treaty
17. Ozge Varis, Understanding the interaction between the WTO regime and international investment regime: reversing the approach
18. Sadie Blanchard, Legal Certainty During EU Accession: What Can a Foreign Investor in a Future Member State Legitimately Expect?
19. Carmen Alexandra Saugar Koster, Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Concerning International Trade and Investment, in particular within WTO and ICSID. A Dual Coverage in the Services Sector
20. Paolo Davide Farah & Elena Cima, The WTO Dispute Settlement System and Renewable Energy Subsidies: The Case of Feed-In Tariffs
21. Emily Sipiorski, Evidence and the Principle of Good Faith in Investment Arbitration: Finding Meaning in Public International Law
22. Jerzy Menkes & Magdalena Słok-Wódkowska, Challenges of “investor-state dispute settlement mechanism” in TTIP

V. International Commercial Arbitration

23. Luís de Lima Pinheiro, The Confluence of Transnational Rules and National Directives as the Legal Framework of Transnational Arbitration
24. Tatjana Shterjova, The Challenges of Taking Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration: The Problem of Legal Privileges

VI. The Court of Justice of the European Union

25. Fausto de Quadros, Introduction
26. Maria José Rangel de Mesquita, The Court of Justice of the European Union
27. Joana Covelo de Abreu, Infringement Procedure and the Court of Justice as an EU law’s Assurer: Member States’ Infringements Concerning Failure to Transpose Directives and the Principle of an Effective Judicial Protection 
28. Mateus Kowalski & Sofia Machado, The United Nations Sanctions Regimes and a Judicialized European Union Perspective 

VII. Domestic Courts as International Jurisdictions?

29. Catherine Kessedjian, Introduction 
30. Peter Trooboff, Limits on Jurisdiction of Domestic Courts to Grant Civil Damages for International Law Violations 
31. Rui Pereira Dias, Corporate Group Structures and the Limits of Personal Jurisdiction. US/European comparative remarks
32. Humberto Cantú-Rivera, Towards Judicial Accountability in the Business & Human Rights Field?

VIII. Postscript

33. Miguel Poiares Maduro, The Judicial and Constitutional Challenges of Legal Globalisation


Dário MOURA VICENTE, Towards a Universal Justice? Putting International Courts and Jurisdictions into Perspective, Leiden, Brill/Nijhoff, 2016 (572 pp.)

Dário Manuel Lentz de Moura Vicente, born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1962, is Professor of Private International Law, Comparative Law and Civil Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, where he obtained his PhD in Law and whose Institute for Juridical Cooperation he chairs. He was a Visiting Professor at The Hague Academy of International Law, the Paris V University, the Complutense University in Madrid and the Urbino University. He has also taught extensively in other Portuguese-speaking countries.

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