L'avenir du droit transnational ; the future of transnational law

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In his famous 1956 Storrs lectures at Yale Law School, Philip Jessup defined ?transnational law' as including ?all law which regulates actions or events that transcend national frontiers'. Since then, however, globalisation, European integration, global legal pluralism, the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), and the rise of China and the other BRICS have profoundly altered the legal landscape. What is the future of transnational law? What does ?transnational law' mean in an age marked by global legal pluralism and the emergence of new sites of governance?

Is all law today ?transnational'? How does transnational law relate to regional, national and local cultures and traditions? Is transnational law limited to major players on the international stage, such as the European Union (EU), the United States and China? To what extent does it reflect the rise of the BRICS?