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The International Rule of Law Movement

A Crisis of Legitimacy and the Way Forward

Edited by David Marshall

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ISBN 9780674365704

Publication Date: 07/28/2014

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  • Foreword [Richard Zajac Sannerholm, Jennifer Schmidt, Britta Madsen, Colette Rausch, and Vivienne O’Connor]
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction [David Marshall]
  • 1. New Rules for the Rule of Law [James A. Goldston]
  • 2. In Search of “Hire” Knowledge: Donor Hiring Practices and the Organization of the Rule of Law Reform Field [Deval Desai]
  • 3. Reboot Required: The United Nations’ Engagement in Rule of Law Reform in Postconflict and Fragile States [David Marshall]
  • 4. Decolonizing the Centralist Mind: Legal Pluralism and the Rule of Law [Haider Ala Hamoudi]
  • 5. Policy of Government and Policy of Culture: Understanding the Rules of Law in the “Context” of South Sudan’s Western Equatoria State [Mareike Schomerus]
  • 6. Legal Empowerment and the Land Rush: Three Struggles [Vivek Maru]
  • 7. The Rule of Law in Ordinary Action: Filing Legal Advice in Lagos State [Todd Foglesong]
  • 8. From HiPPOs to “Best Fit” in Justice Reform: Experimentalism in Sierra Leone [Margaux Hall, Nicholas Menzies, and Michael Woolcock]
  • 9. Beyond Deficit and Dysfunction: Three Questions toward Just Development in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Settings [Louis-Alexandre Berg, Deborah Isser, and Doug Porter]
  • Postscript: An Immodest Reflection [Erik G. Jensen]
  • Contributors

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