Promoting the Rule of Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Key Issues and Developments

    Promoting the Rule of Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Key Issues and Developments

    Promoting the Rule of Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Key Issues and Developments

    This book offers a broad array of perspectives on the promotion of the rule of law in today's world. It includes "boots on the ground" perspectives on the challenges and opportunities encountered in the field and provides practitioners the conceptual tools with which to work effectively in developing countries and societies trying to recover from conflict.

    Promoting the Rule of Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Key Issues and Developments

    Promoting the Rule of Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Key Issues and Developments

    Promoting the Rule of Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Key Issues and Developments

    This book offers a broad array of perspectives on the promotion of the rule of law in today's world.
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    This book explores many facets of this mandate, offering an introduction to the subject for those contemplating a career move and food for thought to seasoned practitioners of the art of promoting the rule of law. Indeed, given the increasing scope and complexity of rule of law related initiatives around the world, the subject is of growing interest to many lawyers working in public and private international law. Moreover, a wide range of professionals involved in the fields of economic and sustainable development, democracy, peace, governance, gender and social inclusion may benefit from these insights. As it does so, this book also addresses the meaning or, rather, the various meanings of rule of law.

    The twelve chapters and three appendices in this book offer a broad array of perspectives on the promotion of the rule of law in today's world. Some of the authors are themselves practitioners, and their contributions offer revealing perspectives on the challenges and opportunities encountered in the field. Other contributors are members of the academic community that seeks to give practitioners the conceptual tools with which to work effectively in developing countries and societies trying to recover from conflict. Whatever their backgrounds, all the authors seek to get to the heart of how to make efforts to promote the rule of law more effective, more responsive, more inclusive, more coordinated, more humane, and more enduring.

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    Center for Diversity in the Profession, Section of International Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781627221399

    UPC Code

    9781627221399

    Page Count

    328

    Product Code

    5210278

    Trim Size

    7x10

    Publication Date

    8/19/2013 12:00:00 AM

    Sponsors

    Center for Diversity in the Profession, Section of International Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    978-1-62722-140-5

    UPC Code

    9781627221405

    Page Count

    328

    Product Code

    5210278EBK

    Trim Size

    7X10

    Publication Date

    8/1/2013 12:00:00 AM

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