Introduction : constructing transnational justice / Yves Dezalay and Bryant G. Garth -- Lawyers, humanitarian emergencies, and the politics of large numbers / Ron Levi and John Hagan -- The cause of universal jurisdiction : the rise and fall of an international mobilization / Julien Seroussi -- Lawyering war or talking peace? : on militant usages of the law in the resolution of internal armed conflicts : a case study of international alert / Sara Dezalay -- From peacebuilding in war-torn countries to justice in the global north / Sandrine Lefranc -- Legal cosmopolitanism divided : stating, codifying, and ivoking international law of state responsibility / Pierre-Yves Conde -- Globalizing intellectual property rights : the politics of law and public health / Diana Rodriguez-Franco -- The transnational meets the national : the construction of trade policy networks in Brazil / Gregory Shaffer, Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin, and Barbara Rosenberg -- The force of a weak field : law and lawyers in the government of Europe / Antoine Vauchez -- The European Court of Justice in the emergent European field of power : transnational judicial institutions and national career paths / Antonin Cohen -- Human rights and the hegemony of ideology : European lawyers and the Cold War battle over international human rights / Mikael Rask Madsen -- Marketing and legitimating two sides of transnational justice : possible trajectories toward a unified transnational field / Yves Dezalay AND Bryant G. Garth.
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