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On Learning From Others
(Stanford Law School, 2007)
Some people think that the practices of many courts in many countries, or in many relevant countries, offer helpful guidance to courts in other countries, when those courts are approaching hard or novel questions. In their ...
Chevronizing Foreign Relations Law
(Yale Law School, 2007)
A number of judge-made doctrines attempt to promote international comity by reducing possible tensions between the United States and foreign sovereigns. For example, courts usually interpret ambiguous statutes to conform ...