Special Issue: Beyond Dispute: International Judicial Institutions as Lawmakers

Beyond Dispute: International Judicial Institutions as Lawmakers
Armin von Bogdandy & Ingo Venzke

Precedents: Lawmaking Through International Adjudication
Marc Jacob

Lawmaking through Advisory Opinions?
Karin Oellers‐Frahm

Prospects for the Increased Independence of
International Tribunals

Eyal Benvenisti & George Downs

System‐Building in Investment Treaty Arbitration
 and Lawmaking

Stephan Schill

Making General Exceptions: Developing Article XX
 GATT into Standards for Domestic Regulatory

Ingo Venzke

Judicial Lawmaking by Judicial Restraint? The Potential of Balancing in International Economic Law
Thomas Kleinlein

A Procedural Approach to the Legitimacy of International Adjudication: Developing Standards of Participation in WTO Law
Michael Ioannidis

The Prohibition of Amnesties by the Inter‐
American Court of Human Rights

Christina Binder

Expanding Competences by Judicial Lawmaking:
 The Pilot Judgment Procedure of the European
 Court of Human Rights

Markus Fyrnys

Judicial Lawmaking, Discourse Theory, and the ICTY
 on Belligerent Reprisals

Milan Kuhli & Klaus Günther

Expanding the Competence to Issue Provisional
 Measures – Strengthening the International
 Judicial Function

Karin Oellers‐Frahm

Lawmaking by the International Court of Justice –Factors of Success
Niels Petersen

The Making of a Lex Sportiva by the Court of
 Arbitration for Sport

Lorenzo Casini

On the Democratic Legitimation of International
 Judicial Lawmaking

Armin von Bogdandy & Ingo Venzke