The law of the future and the future of law
Edited by Sam Muller, Stavros Zouridis, Morly Frishman and Laura Kistemaker, published in 2011 by Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (TOAEP), a publisher of the Centre for International Law Research and Policy (CILRAP)
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Prospective thinking about law is not only desirable but also required to ensure that law and legal systems do not become obsolete, ineffective or unjust.
The Law of the Future and the Future of Law is a unique collection of ‘think pieces’ in which a wide variety of experts share their thoughts on how they envision the future of law. The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) has canvassed the views of a large number of renowned experts in particular areas of law. This volume was prepared as part of the Law of the Future Joint Action Programme and as the basis of the Law of the Future Conference on 23 and 24 June 2011. The Law of the Future Joint Action Programme is based on the premise that prospective thinking about law is not only desirable but also required in order to ensure that law and legal systems do not become obsolete, ineffective or unjust. The aim is to set a world standard in thinking ahead, to guide decision makers today.
Visit the webpage of the Law of the Future Series here.