My remit on this panel is to discuss the constitutional role of transnational courts. This is a big topic that can be best approached by working through some concrete examples to a more general point. Given that our session will be held on September 11, it is particularly timely to use the relationship between transnational and domestic courts in the global anti-terrorism campaign for illustration.
Kim L. Scheppele, The Constitutional Role of Transnational Courts: Principled Legal Ideas in Three-Dimensional Political Space, 28 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 451 (2010).