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Academic Symposia

International Law as Behavior Symposium: An Agenda

by Harlan Cohen

International Law as Behavior Symposium: Playing the Negotiated Choice Architecture Game – Negative/Positive Listing in Services Trade Agreements

by Tomer Broude

International Law as Behavior Symposium: The Sociology of International Precedent

by Harlan Cohen

International Law as Behavior Symposium: Studying International Law as Behavior

by Elena Baylis

International Law as Behaviour Symposium: Epistemic Cooperation

by Tim Meyer

International Law as Behavior Symposium: TIME’S UP – Deadlines as Behavior in International Law

by Jean Galbraith

International Law as Behavior Symposium: Toward an Anthropology of International Law

by Galit A. Sarfaty

International Law as Behavior Symposium: An Introduction

by Harlan Cohen

Stewart Mini-Symposium: A Response to Beth Stephens

by James G. Stewart

Stewart Mini-Symposium: Two Cheers for Stewart

by Beth Stephens

Stewart Mini-Symposium: A Response to Steven Ratner

by James G. Stewart

Stewart Mini-Symposium: From the ATS to Corporate Criminality under ICL — Mind the Gap

by Steven Ratner