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Workshop and Call for Papers: “COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY: NATIONAL POLITICAL APPROACHES TOWARDS INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER”

A seeming consensus has developed that the international legal order is undergoing a period of significant disruption, yet few agreed indices have emerged for analysing the reality, form and magnitude of changes at a systemic level. This workshop on ‘comparative international legal policy’ seeks to improve understanding of contestation that extends beyond specific rules and institutions, by developing an account of differences and similarities in states’ policy approaches and perceived ‘roles’ towards the system of international law. Scholars in comparative international law, the politics of international law and global order, on the role of international legal advisers, International Relations (IR)…