Posted by: mulrickillion | January 17, 2012

German Law Journal: Global Constitutionalism and Public International Law – Territoriality in the Balkans – OECD MNC Guideline

Dear Readers:

We are pleased to announce that the new issue of the German Law Journal, Review of Developments in German, European and International Jurisprudence, is now available at

This issue marks the beginning of a new year and of volume 13 of the Journal. It features excellent scholarship in a variety of fields, including Public International Law’s engagement with the unruly discourse on Global Constitutionalism, contested issues of territoriality in the Balkans, the newly revised OECD Guidelines for Multinational Corporations, a case review of recent jurisprudence in EU law, an essay on copyright licensing as well as an interview with German constitutional law professor Christoph Moellers about the Federal Constitutional Court.

What are we missing? Yes, another true gem in this month’s issue: A Book Review Symposium on new publications in the area of Human Rights! It was conceived by GLJ student editor, Tiffany Wong, of Osgoode Hall Law School, around the time of her graduation in 2011, with contributions authored by law students at Osgoode Hall and at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law, and edited by the excellent editorial team at Osgoode. Bravo to all!

As always: Happy reading and, this time still, a very happy new year!

Russell Miller

Peer Zumbansen

Editors in Chief, German Law Journal

The Editors

Peer Zumbansen

Professor of Law / Canada Research Chair

Acting Director, Graduate Program (LL.M. & Ph.D.)

Co-Director, European Union Centre of Excellence

Osgoode Hall Law School – York University

4700 Keele Street – Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3 – Canada



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