ESIL 2016 Workshop: Eva Kassoti, “The EU and the Challenge of Informal International Law-Making”

As mentioned earlier, EUglobal is hosting a workshop in the margins of the ESIL 2016 Conference in Riga. The papers for this workshop are posted here on the Interest Group blog. Today’s paper is written by Eva Kassoti, and is entitled “The EU and the Challenge of Informal International Law-Making: The CJEU’s Contribution to the Doctrine of International Law-Making“. Here is an excerpt:

“[T]he present contribution purports to examine how the CJEU has treated informal law in its practice with a view to ascertaining the Court’s contribution to the continuing development of the doctrine of international law-making. The main argument advanced here is that the CJEU has recourse to a range of tools for factoring in new social developments, while keeping clear boundaries between law and non-law. It is asserted that current theorizing on the topic should engage more strongly in this practice since it attests to international law’s ability to cope with informality.”

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  1. […] The EU and the Challenge of Informal International Law-Making: The CJEU’s Contribution to the Doct… – Eva Kassotti, The Hague University […]

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