Brill Research Perspectives in International Legal Theory and Practice


Brill Research Perspectives in International Legal Theory and Practice is a book series that offers short monographs conceptualizing recent developments and fundamental trends in the field and discipline of international law. It encourages cutting-edge scholarship from leading scholars.

In an undertaking that bridges international legal theory, the discipline’s culture, and international legal history, the series critically examines the emergence and evolution of international legal practices, as well as the intellectual legal projects and theories that have shaped and continue to shape international law and its discipline. Brill Research Perspectives in International Legal Theory and Practice allows us to understand the dynamics that are at play in international law and to reclaim its history whilst, most importantly, encouraging international lawyers to reimagine and rethink its possibilities.

Although the series is intended primarily for researchers, lecturers, practitioners, and graduate students, its wide-ranging and critical engagement with international law makes it a highly interesting read for a broader audience as well.
Prof. Dr. Yannick Radi, University of Louvain, Belgium

Advisory Board:
Philip Allott – University of Cambridge, Unite Kingdom
Pierre d'Argent – University of Louvain, Belgium
Jean d'Aspremont – Sciences Po Law School, France
Janne Nijman – University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Sahib Singh – University of Helsinki, Finland

Editorial Board
Ivana Damjanovic – Canberra Law School, Australia
Sufian Droubi – University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Mamadou Hébié – International Court of Justice, the Netherlands
Pallavi Kishore – Jindal Global Law School, India
Matthew Nicholson - Duhram Law School, United Kingdom
Mario Prost – University of Keele, UK
Esmé Shirlow – Australian National University, Australia
Vassilis Tzevelekos – University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Fuad Zarbiyev – Graduate Institute of International Law and Development Studies (Geneva), Switzerland
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