Law and Politics of the Andean Tribunal of Justice
The Andean Tribunal, with over 2500 rulings to date, is the third
Laurence Helfer and I have published a number of articles investigating different aspects of the Andean Tribunal, conducting the most thorough and theoretically informed investigation of how supranational legal transplants take root and perform. We updated this research through 2015 in our new book Transplanting International Courts: Law and Politics of the Andean Tribunal of Justice. Oxford University Press 2017. The introduction can be download here.
Opinio Juris hosted blog discussion of Transplanting International Courts in March 2018. You can find the introduction to the discussion, and then, link to the contributions, here.
Legitimacy and Lawmaking: A Tale of Three International Courts Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Vol. 14 (2013) With Laurence Helfer. Download.
Islands of Effective International Adjudication: Constructing an Intellectual Property Rule of Law in the Andean Community. With Laurence Helfer and Maria Florencia Guerzovitch American Journal of International Law, 103 (1) 2009. Download.
Jurist Advocacy Networks Europe: The Role of Euro-law Associations in Promoting Supra-National Integration (1953-1975) in The European Court’s Political Power (2009). Download. A revised version is available here.
“Nature or Nurture: Lawmaking in the European Court of Justice and the Andean Tribunal of Justice” With Laurence Helfer. International Organization 64 (4) 2010: 563-92. Download.
“Transplanting the European Court of Justice: Findings from the Experience of the Andean Tribunal of Justice” With Laurence Helfer, and Osvaldo Saldias. American Journal of Comparative Law 60 (6): 709-744. 2012. Download.