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History of law and lawyers in the GATT/WTO : the development of the rule of law in the multilateral trading system / edited by Gabrielle Marceau.

Contributor(s): Marceau, Gabrielle [editor.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015Description: xxxii, 655 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781107085237.Subject(s): World Trade Organization -- History | World Trade Organization | General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (1947 October 30) | General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (1947 October 30) | Foreign trade regulation -- History | Rule of law | Foreign trade regulation | Rule of lawGenre/Form: History.DDC classification: 343.087 Online resources: Publisher description
Contents:
1. Introduction and overview 2. Moving towards an international rule of law? The role of the GATT and the WTO in its development Part I. The role of law and lawyers in the GATT System: 1948-92. Infancy: reflections on the origins of legalization in the GATT. 3. We were young together: at the GATT, 1956-58 ; 4. Law and lawyers in the multilateral trading system: back to the future ; 5. Towards a GATT legal office ; 6. A short history of the rules division Childhood: the Tokyo round and the establishment and work of the first legal office. 7. Remembrance of things past: my time at the GATT ; 8. The first years of the GATT legal service ; 9. Early dispute settlement in the GATT ; 10. GATT dispute settlement practices: setting the stage for reform ; 11. The role of law in international trade relations and the establishment of the Legal Affairs Division of the GATT ; 12. From the GATT to the WTO: a personal journey ; 13. The establishment of a GATT Office of Legal Affairs and the limits of 'public reason' in the GATT/​WTO dispute settlement system ; 14. Evolving dispute settlement practice with respect to anti-dumping in the late 1980s and early 1990s Part II. Legal work after the entry into force of the WTO: 1993-95. Adolescence: transition from the GATT to the WTO. 15. The Legal Affairs Division and law in the Uruguay Round and the GATT ; 16. Taking care of business: the Legal Affairs Division from the GATT to the WTO ; 17. From the GATT to the WTO: the expanding duties of the Legal Affairs Division in non-panel matters ; 18. The WTO Dispute Settlement Body: procedural aspects of its operation Young adult: the WTO as a formal international organisation. 19. Making law in 'new' WTO subject areas: competition policy and government procurement ; 20. The meat in the sandwich ; 21. From theory to practice: drafting and applying the Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU) ; 22. WTO panel composition: searching far and wide for administrators of world trade justice ; 23. Legal counsel to the administration: a legal adviser who should not look like one ; 24. Outside looking in, after many years on the inside looking out Part III. The changing legal character of the multilateral trading system: 1996 to today. Adulthood: the quasi-judicialization of the panel process by the Rules and Legal Affairs Divisions. 25. The first years of WTO dispute settlement: dealing with controversy and building confidence ; 26. From Seattle to Doha: from the surreal to the unreal. A personal account ; 27. Extending the scope and strengthening the legitimacy of WTO dispute settlement and some personal recollections Bruce Wilson ; 28. Working in WTO dispute settlement: pride without prejudice ; 29. The meaning of everything: the origin and evolution of the GATT and the WTO analytical index ; 30. When science meets law: the rule of law in the development of the panel's expert consultation process Gaining maturity: the appellate body and the impact of the appellate review on the development of international trade law. 31. The founding of the appellate body ; 32. The authority of an institution: the appellate body under review ; 33. Launching the appellate body ; 34. Revisiting the appellate body: the first six years ; 35. Not in clinical isolation ; 36. The appellate body in its formative years: a personal perspective ; 37. Reflections on the functioning of the appellate body ; 38. A country boy goes to Geneva ; 39. Contribution of the WTO appellate body to treaty interpretation Part IV. Looking ahead: new challenges and opportunities. 40. Advising the Director-General: brevity is the soul of wit, even for a lawyer ; 41. The Legal Affairs Division at thirty and beyond ; 42. Will the increased workload of WTO panels and the appellate body change how WTO disputes are adjudicated? ; 43. Concluding remarks. Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction And Overview /​ Gabrielle Marceau 2.Moving Towards An International Rule Of Law? The Role Of The GATT And The WTO In Its Development /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Amelia Porges /​ Gabrielle Marceau Infancy: Reflections On The Origins Of Legalisation In The GATT /​ Jennifer Hillman 3.We Were Young Together: At The GATT, 1956-58 /​ Jennifer Hillman 4.Law And Lawyers In The Multilateral Trading System: Back To The Future /​ Paul Luyten 5.Legal Work In The GATT, 1969-91 /​ Peter Williams 6.A Short History Of The Rules Division /​ Stuart Robinson Childhood: The Tokyo Round And The Establishment And Work Of The First Legal Office /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Gabrielle Marceau 7.Remembrance Of Things Past: My Time At The GATT /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Gabrielle Marceau 8.The First Years Of The GATT Legal Service /​ Hielke Van Tuinen 9.Early Dispute Settlement In The GATT /​ Ake Linden Contents note continued: 10.GATT Dispute Settlement Practices: Setting The Stage For Reform /​ Christina Schröder 11.The Role Of Law In International Trade Relations And The Establishment Of The Legal Affairs Division Of The GATT /​ Rosine M. Plank-Brumback 12.From The GATT To The WTO: A Personal Journey /​ Frieder Roessler 13.The Establishment Of A GATT Office Of Legal Affairs And The Limits Of 'Public Reason' In The GATT/​WTO Dispute Settlement System /​ Renzo Franco 14.Evolving Dispute Settlement Practice With Respect To Anti-Dumping In The Late 1980s And Early 1990s /​ Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann Adolescence: Transition From The GATT To The WTO /​ Mark Koulen 15.The Legal Affairs Division And Law In The GATT And The Uruguay Round /​ Mark Koulen 16.Taking Care Of Business: The Legal Affairs Division From The GATT To The WTO /​ Amelia Porges 17.From The GATT To The WTO: The Expanding Duties Of The Legal Affairs Division In Non-Panel Matters /​ Petros C. Mavroidis Contents note continued: 18.The WTO Dispute Settlement Body: Procedural Aspects Of Its Operation /​ Gabrielle Marceau Young Adult: The WTO As A Formal International Organisation /​ Bozena Mueller-Holyst 19.Making Law In 'New' WTO Subject Areas: Competition Policy And Government Procurement /​ Bozena Mueller-Holyst 20.The Meat In The Sandwich /​ Robert D. Anderson 21.From Theory To Practice: Drafting And Applying The Dispute Settlement Understanding /​ Peter Milthorp 22.WTO Panel Composition: Searching Far And Wide For Administrators Of World Trade Justice /​ Mireille Cossy 23.Legal Counsel To The Administration: A Legal Adviser Who Should Not Look Like One /​ Reto Malacrida 24.Outside Looking In, After Many Years On The Inside Looking Out /​ Yves Renouf Adulthood: The Quasi-Judicialisation Of The Panel Process By The Legal Affairs Division And The Rules Division /​ Alan Yanovich Contents note continued: 25.The First Years Of WTO Dispute Settlement: Dealing With Controversy And Building Confidence /​ Alan Yanovich 26.From Seattle To Doha: From The Surreal To The Unreal - A Personal Account /​ William J. Davey 27.Extending The Scope And Strengthening The Legitimacy Of WTO Dispute Settlement And Some Personal Recollections /​ Pieter Jan Kuijper 28.Working In WTO Dispute Settlement: Pride Without Prejudice /​ Bruce Wilson 29.The Meaning Of Everything: The Origin And Evolution Of The GATT And The WTO Analytical Index /​ Valerie Hughes 30.When Science Meets Law: The Rule Of Law In The Development Of The Panel's Expert Consultation Process /​ Graham Cook Gaining Maturity: The Appellate Body And The Impact Of The Appellate Review On The Development Of International Trade Law /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Maria J. Pereyra /​ Marisa Goldstein /​ Chibole Wakoli Contents note continued: 31.The Founding Of The Appellate Body /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Marisa Goldstein /​ Chibole Wakoli /​ Maria J. Pereyra 32.The Authority Of An Institution: The Appellate Body Under Review /​ Debra P. Steger 33.Launching The Appellate Body /​ David Unterhalter 34.Revisiting The Appellate Body: The First Six Years /​ Julio Lacarte-Muró 35.Not In Clinical Isolation /​ Claus-Dieter Ehlermann 36.The Appellate Body In Its Formative Years: A Personal Perspective /​ James Bacchus 37.Reflections On The Functioning Of The Appellate Body /​ A.V. Ganesan 38.A Country Boy Goes To Geneva /​ Mitsuo Matsushita 39.Contribution Of The WTO Appellate Body To Treaty Interpretation /​ Luiz Olavo Baptista New Challenges And Opportunities /​ Yuejiao Zhang 40.Advising The Director-General: Brevity Is The Soul Of Wit, Even For A Lawyer /​ Yuejiao Zhang 41.The Legal Affairs Division At Thirty And Beyond /​ Aegyoung Jung Contents note continued: 42.Will The Increased Workload Of WTO Panels And The Appellate Body Change How WTO Disputes Are Adjudicated? /​ Alejandro Jara 43.Concluding Remarks /​ Ricardo Ramirez /​ Kaarlo Castren
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction and overview
2. Moving towards an international rule of law? The role of the GATT and the WTO in its development
Part I. The role of law and lawyers in the GATT System: 1948-92. Infancy: reflections on the origins of legalization in the GATT. 3. We were young together: at the GATT, 1956-58 ; 4. Law and lawyers in the multilateral trading system: back to the future ; 5. Towards a GATT legal office ; 6. A short history of the rules division
Childhood: the Tokyo round and the establishment and work of the first legal office. 7. Remembrance of things past: my time at the GATT ; 8. The first years of the GATT legal service ; 9. Early dispute settlement in the GATT ; 10. GATT dispute settlement practices: setting the stage for reform ; 11. The role of law in international trade relations and the establishment of the Legal Affairs Division of the GATT ; 12. From the GATT to the WTO: a personal journey ; 13. The establishment of a GATT Office of Legal Affairs and the limits of 'public reason' in the GATT/​WTO dispute settlement system ; 14. Evolving dispute settlement practice with respect to anti-dumping in the late 1980s and early 1990s
Part II. Legal work after the entry into force of the WTO: 1993-95. Adolescence: transition from the GATT to the WTO. 15. The Legal Affairs Division and law in the Uruguay Round and the GATT ; 16. Taking care of business: the Legal Affairs Division from the GATT to the WTO ; 17. From the GATT to the WTO: the expanding duties of the Legal Affairs Division in non-panel matters ; 18. The WTO Dispute Settlement Body: procedural aspects of its operation
Young adult: the WTO as a formal international organisation. 19. Making law in 'new' WTO subject areas: competition policy and government procurement ; 20. The meat in the sandwich ; 21. From theory to practice: drafting and applying the Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU) ; 22. WTO panel composition: searching far and wide for administrators of world trade justice ; 23. Legal counsel to the administration: a legal adviser who should not look like one ; 24. Outside looking in, after many years on the inside looking out
Part III. The changing legal character of the multilateral trading system: 1996 to today. Adulthood: the quasi-judicialization of the panel process by the Rules and Legal Affairs Divisions. 25. The first years of WTO dispute settlement: dealing with controversy and building confidence ; 26. From Seattle to Doha: from the surreal to the unreal. A personal account ; 27. Extending the scope and strengthening the legitimacy of WTO dispute settlement and some personal recollections Bruce Wilson ; 28. Working in WTO dispute settlement: pride without prejudice ; 29. The meaning of everything: the origin and evolution of the GATT and the WTO analytical index ; 30. When science meets law: the rule of law in the development of the panel's expert consultation process
Gaining maturity: the appellate body and the impact of the appellate review on the development of international trade law. 31. The founding of the appellate body ; 32. The authority of an institution: the appellate body under review ; 33. Launching the appellate body ; 34. Revisiting the appellate body: the first six years ; 35. Not in clinical isolation ; 36. The appellate body in its formative years: a personal perspective ; 37. Reflections on the functioning of the appellate body ; 38. A country boy goes to Geneva ; 39. Contribution of the WTO appellate body to treaty interpretation
Part IV. Looking ahead: new challenges and opportunities. 40. Advising the Director-General: brevity is the soul of wit, even for a lawyer ; 41. The Legal Affairs Division at thirty and beyond ; 42. Will the increased workload of WTO panels and the appellate body change how WTO disputes are adjudicated? ; 43. Concluding remarks.
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction And Overview /​ Gabrielle Marceau
2.Moving Towards An International Rule Of Law? The Role Of The GATT And The WTO In Its Development /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Amelia Porges /​ Gabrielle Marceau
Infancy: Reflections On The Origins Of Legalisation In The GATT /​ Jennifer Hillman
3.We Were Young Together: At The GATT, 1956-58 /​ Jennifer Hillman
4.Law And Lawyers In The Multilateral Trading System: Back To The Future /​ Paul Luyten
5.Legal Work In The GATT, 1969-91 /​ Peter Williams
6.A Short History Of The Rules Division /​ Stuart Robinson
Childhood: The Tokyo Round And The Establishment And Work Of The First Legal Office /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Gabrielle Marceau
7.Remembrance Of Things Past: My Time At The GATT /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Gabrielle Marceau
8.The First Years Of The GATT Legal Service /​ Hielke Van Tuinen
9.Early Dispute Settlement In The GATT /​ Ake Linden
Contents note continued: 10.GATT Dispute Settlement Practices: Setting The Stage For Reform /​ Christina Schröder
11.The Role Of Law In International Trade Relations And The Establishment Of The Legal Affairs Division Of The GATT /​ Rosine M. Plank-Brumback
12.From The GATT To The WTO: A Personal Journey /​ Frieder Roessler
13.The Establishment Of A GATT Office Of Legal Affairs And The Limits Of 'Public Reason' In The GATT/​WTO Dispute Settlement System /​ Renzo Franco
14.Evolving Dispute Settlement Practice With Respect To Anti-Dumping In The Late 1980s And Early 1990s /​ Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann
Adolescence: Transition From The GATT To The WTO /​ Mark Koulen
15.The Legal Affairs Division And Law In The GATT And The Uruguay Round /​ Mark Koulen
16.Taking Care Of Business: The Legal Affairs Division From The GATT To The WTO /​ Amelia Porges
17.From The GATT To The WTO: The Expanding Duties Of The Legal Affairs Division In Non-Panel Matters /​ Petros C. Mavroidis
Contents note continued: 18.The WTO Dispute Settlement Body: Procedural Aspects Of Its Operation /​ Gabrielle Marceau
Young Adult: The WTO As A Formal International Organisation /​ Bozena Mueller-Holyst
19.Making Law In 'New' WTO Subject Areas: Competition Policy And Government Procurement /​ Bozena Mueller-Holyst
20.The Meat In The Sandwich /​ Robert D. Anderson
21.From Theory To Practice: Drafting And Applying The Dispute Settlement Understanding /​ Peter Milthorp
22.WTO Panel Composition: Searching Far And Wide For Administrators Of World Trade Justice /​ Mireille Cossy
23.Legal Counsel To The Administration: A Legal Adviser Who Should Not Look Like One /​ Reto Malacrida
24.Outside Looking In, After Many Years On The Inside Looking Out /​ Yves Renouf
Adulthood: The Quasi-Judicialisation Of The Panel Process By The Legal Affairs Division And The Rules Division /​ Alan Yanovich
Contents note continued: 25.The First Years Of WTO Dispute Settlement: Dealing With Controversy And Building Confidence /​ Alan Yanovich
26.From Seattle To Doha: From The Surreal To The Unreal - A Personal Account /​ William J. Davey
27.Extending The Scope And Strengthening The Legitimacy Of WTO Dispute Settlement And Some Personal Recollections /​ Pieter Jan Kuijper
28.Working In WTO Dispute Settlement: Pride Without Prejudice /​ Bruce Wilson
29.The Meaning Of Everything: The Origin And Evolution Of The GATT And The WTO Analytical Index /​ Valerie Hughes
30.When Science Meets Law: The Rule Of Law In The Development Of The Panel's Expert Consultation Process /​ Graham Cook
Gaining Maturity: The Appellate Body And The Impact Of The Appellate Review On The Development Of International Trade Law /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Maria J. Pereyra /​ Marisa Goldstein /​ Chibole Wakoli
Contents note continued: 31.The Founding Of The Appellate Body /​ Daniel Ari Baker /​ Marisa Goldstein /​ Chibole Wakoli /​ Maria J. Pereyra
32.The Authority Of An Institution: The Appellate Body Under Review /​ Debra P. Steger
33.Launching The Appellate Body /​ David Unterhalter
34.Revisiting The Appellate Body: The First Six Years /​ Julio Lacarte-Muró
35.Not In Clinical Isolation /​ Claus-Dieter Ehlermann
36.The Appellate Body In Its Formative Years: A Personal Perspective /​ James Bacchus
37.Reflections On The Functioning Of The Appellate Body /​ A.V. Ganesan
38.A Country Boy Goes To Geneva /​ Mitsuo Matsushita
39.Contribution Of The WTO Appellate Body To Treaty Interpretation /​ Luiz Olavo Baptista
New Challenges And Opportunities /​ Yuejiao Zhang
40.Advising The Director-General: Brevity Is The Soul Of Wit, Even For A Lawyer /​ Yuejiao Zhang
41.The Legal Affairs Division At Thirty And Beyond /​ Aegyoung Jung
Contents note continued: 42.Will The Increased Workload Of WTO Panels And The Appellate Body Change How WTO Disputes Are Adjudicated? /​ Alejandro Jara
43.Concluding Remarks /​ Ricardo Ramirez /​ Kaarlo Castren

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