Globalization, International Human Rights, and Civil Procedure

  • Trevor C. W. Farrow

Abstract

This article discusses the modem convergence of three traditionally separate topics: globalization and international human rights on the one hand, and civil procedure on the other. Its project is twofold: first, to highlight the role of domestic legal processes and communities in the advancement of the post-World War II international human rights project. Second—in contemplation of the specific context of teaching civil procedure—to help bring alive the power and increasingly-global context of civil procedure for the benefit of students.
How to Cite
Farrow, T. C. W. (1). Globalization, International Human Rights, and Civil Procedure. Alberta Law Review, 41(3), 671. https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1319