Tuesday, August 12, 2008
It took two months longer to get out than we thought it would, but it is finally here . . . the 2007 International Legal Developments Year in Review, published in the Summer 2008 issue of The International Lawyer.
What took so long? You'll know when you see it -- at almost 1,000 pages, it is the largest-ever review issue published by the American Bar Association Section of International Law, which publishes it in cooperation with SMU Dedman School of Law. If you are a member of the ABA Section of International Law it is in the mail on its way to you. If you're not a member, well, this publication alone should be enough to convince you to join! This year in review is concisely written by experts from international business regulation, international disputes, international corporate law, international finance, industries, tax and estates, public international law, transnational legal practice, and regional and comparative law.
N. Jansen Calamita served this year (and last year as well). He's presently at St. Hilda's College in Oxford.
If you are an international law professor in ANY field, you will absolutely want to get your hands on this to be sure that your lecture notes are up-to-date and ready for the fall semester.