This conference brings together leading scholars from around the world to stimulate conversations between those whose work examines transnational trends in areas of criminal justice and leading theorists of transnational legal orders. It aims to improve our understanding of transformations in criminal law and policy catalyzed by the growing intensity and complexity of interactions between local, national, and transnational sites. We aim to map the emerging landscape of the transnational ordering of criminal justice, understand its formation, analyze its effects, and evaluate the implications for understanding the normative grounds for the exercise of authority in the criminal justice field.
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