The Public International Law of Trade in Legal Services

Explores the international legal regime covering trade in legal services, considering major barriers and potential benefits to the global economy. Les mer
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Explores the international legal regime covering trade in legal services, considering major barriers and potential benefits to the global economy.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: the globalization and regulation of legal services; 2. The international legal framework governing trade in legal services; 3. Import restrictions on trade in legal services: cross border supply; 4. Consumption abroad and export restrictions on trade in legal services; 5. Import restrictions on trade in legal services: commercial presence; 6. Import restrictions on trade in legal services: movement of natural persons; 7. Domestic regulation and mutual recognition of legal services; 8. Conclusions and recommendations: towards a global future for legal services.

Om forfatteren

David Collins is Professor of International Economic Law at City, University of London. He has authored more than fifty articles and books and has been a visiting fellow at academic institutions around the world including Georgetown, Columbia, Hong Kong, Sydney and Berkeley. His research has attracted funding from the British Academy, the Society of Legal Scholars and the Foundation for Canadian Studies in the UK. He has advised the World Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat and the International Bar Association and is a former winner of the LCIA's Gillis Wetter Memorial Prize. David is admitted to practice law in the UK, Ontario and New York. In 2018 he was appointed to the Roster of Panellists for NAFTA Chapter 19 arbitrations.