Volume 07 (2006)

Volume 07 No 12


7 German Law Journal No. 12 (2006)


Editorial: The same performance, and so different. Marking the re-publication of From Apology to Utopia
Alexandra Kemmerer & Morag Goodwin

The Last Treatise: Project and Person. (Reflections on Martti Koskenniemi’s From Apology to Utopia)
David Kennedy

A Journal of the Voyage from Apology to Utopia
Anne Orford

It’s about Legal Practice, stupid.
Christoph Möllers

Sisyphus was an international lawyer. On Martti Koskenniemi’s ‘From Apology to Utopia’ and the place of law in international politics
Jochen von Bernstorff

Born Again Lawyer: FATU as An Antidote to the ‘Positivist Blues’
Mario Prost

Rebel without a Cause? Martti Koskenniemi and the Critical Legal Project
Jason A. Beckett

Martti Koskenniemi’s From Apology to Utopia: A Reflection
Balakrishnan Rajagopal

An Epilogue on an Epilogue
Florian Hoffman

A Response
Martti Koskenniemi


Harmonising Different Rights of Withdrawal: Can German Law Serve as an Example for EC Consumer Law?
Peter Rott

Review Essay – Europa und seine Verfassung (Europe and its Constitution) Festschrift für Manfred Zuleeg (Gaitanides, Kadelbach & Iglesias eds., 2005)
Daniel Saam

Book Review – Hopt, Kulms and von Hein’s Rechtshilfe und Rechtsstaat. Die Zustellung einer US-amerikanischen class action in Deutschland (2006)
Axel Halfmeier

Global legal pluralism and multipolar conflicts: a review of Oren Perez’s “Sensitivity and Global Legal Pluralism: Rethinking the Trade and Environment Conflict
Elena Cirkovic