1 This entry involves two distinct yet interrelated concepts: ‘international adjudication’ and ‘transnational legal process’. These terms have multiple meanings but for present purposes can be briefly defined as follows: international adjudication refers to processes aimed at resolving cross-border legal disputes and involving national, regional, or international courts or arbitral bodies. Transnational legal process (‘TLP’) refers to the practice of law-making, adjudication, and law enforcement relevant to cross-border activities by state and non-state actors....
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