Judges in the Irish Republic are to sit in court without wigs in an effort to save money. The practice of wearing wigs has been in place in Ireland since the 17th century but will be discontinued – The Irish Times.
My latest article， titled ‘Portuguese-speaking Africa and the Lusophone legal system: All in the family?’, has been published in the journal African Studies. Here is the…
My latest article， titled ‘Amicus Curiae in the Trans-Pacific Partnership’, has been published in the American Business Law Journal, vol. 54(1), pp. 161-238.
New book chapter: ‘The Erosion of the Concept of Public Service in Water Concessions – Evidence from Investor-State Arbitration’
The book ‘The Regulation of the Global Water Services Market‘, edited by Professor Julien Chaisse, from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, has just been published…
My latest article, titled ‘The Language of International Arbitration‘, has been published in the journal ‘Conflict Resolution Quarterly‘. You can download the full article here. Here…