Symposium on the Future of Global Law
1. Introduction
2. Fragments of Legal discourse on the Future of Global Law
3. Towards a Genealogy of Global Law
4. The Diminishing State in Global Law
5. A New Paradigm for International Substantive Law Conventions
6. Exequatur Going Global: The doctrine of exhaustion of remedies in the Member State of origin of the judgment
7. Transnational Economic Constitutionalism in the Varieties of Capitalism
8. Concluding Remarks: A future for Global Law?

"Athens Contemporary Law Lectures" is a publication aimed to be devoted to contemporary topics and particular issues of international law, mainly private international law, international transactions and international arbitration law as well as public international law. The present fi rst issue was inspired by the International "Symposium on the Future of Global Law", organized by the Department of International Studies of the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, which took place on May 24, 2019 and brought together renowned international experts, professors from prestigious universities from all over the world. It, thus, contains some of the papers - articles presented during the Symposium, pointing out diverse approaches to its under-explored main theme.

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Νομική Βιβλιοθήκη