New Paper Posted: The Cri de Jessup Sixty Years Later: Transnational Law’s Intangible Objects and Abstracted Frameworks Beyond Nation, Enterprise, and Law

(Pix © Larry Catá Backer 2019)I have just posted a draft of a new essay: "The Cri de Jessup Sixty Years Later: Transnational Law’s Intangible Objects and Abstracted Frameworks Beyond Nation, Enterprise, and Law." It was drafted for what is going to be a set of marvelous essays commemorating the 60th anniversary of the publication by Philip Jessup of his germinal work on transnational law. The essays were drawn from presentations made at an event organized by the remarkable Peer Zumbansen which took place in 2016 at the Dickson Poon School of Law of King's College and its Transnational Law Institute. The Abstract and Introduction follow along with links for accessing the full essay. As always comments and engagement warmly welcomed. The Cri de Jessup Sixty Years Later: Transnational Law’s Intangible Objects and Abstracted Frameworks Beyond Nation, Enterprise, and Law Larry Catá Backer[1] Forthcoming in Peer…

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