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This panel explored the concept of transnational legal orders (TLOs) in a variety of practical contexts. Professor Gregory Shaffer, University of California, Irvine School of Law, convened the panel, which was co-sponsored by the Government Attorneys, International Economic Law, and International Legal Theory Interest Groups. Shaffer rooted the TLO framework in Jessup’s conception of transnational law as a broad and inclusive understanding of the international order, as well as Koh’s conception of transnational legal process as multi-tiered and dynamic. The TLO approach, he explained, is meant to provide a framework to guide empirical study of actual practice in transnational law.