24 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 207 (2017)
Having the opportunity to deliver the twelfth Snyder Lecture is a privilege in part because of the distinguished scholars who have given the lecture in the past. It is also a privilege because of Earl Snyder himself. Earl was visionary in supporting these cross-Atlantic intellectual exchanges and ahead of his time in appreciating the value of studying transnationalism in its many forms. Today, in that tradition, my aim is to give you a sense of how the procedural rules of international civil litigation are developing and changing in the United States, and how those developments in turn affect more traditional forms of international lawmaking. In so doing, I part ways from many of my American colleagues, who are more pessimistic about recent trends.
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Parrish, Austen L.
"Fading Extraterritoriality and Isolationism? Developments in the United States,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 24:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol24/iss1/9