Middle East Law and Governance Middle East Law and Governance An Interdisciplinary Journal Aims & Scope A collaborative effort between The University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Yale Law School, MELG provides a multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed venue for scholars using the lens of law to analyze issues of governance, jurisprudence, and socio-political organization. In doing so, MELG promotes the development of critical, cutting edge scholarship that facilitates an exchange of ideas across boundaries, geographic and otherwise. While MELG adopts a regional focus, it is broad in scope. It offers a place for discussing topics of regional and global concern without treating the region as a self-contained unit. Through this approach, MELG hopes to contribute to shared understandings between peoples, and enhanced scholarship on institutional and human development at the local and global levels. Editors Anver M. Emon (University of Toronto, Canada) Ellen Lust (Yale University, USA) Audrey Macklin (University of Toronto, Canada) Editorial Assistant Jenna Preston Publicist Ameena Din Advisory Board Members Asli U. Bâli (UCLA School of Law, USA), Cherif Bassiouni (DePaul University College of Law, USA), Richard Bulliet (Columbia University, USA), Rebecca Cook (University of Toronto, Canada), Hanoch Dagan (Tel Aviv University, Israel), Mohammad Fadel (University
Middle East Law and Governance – Brill
Published: Mar 25, 2011
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