MJIEL Vol 14 Issue 2 2017 - Book Review 2

Law as if the Earth Really Mattered:
The Wild Law Judgements Project
By Nicole Rogers & Michelle Maloney (eds.)
Reviewed by Elena Merino Blanco
 
During the unusually sunny and warm month of June of 2017 I came across Thornton and Goodman’s recently published book, Client Earth,1 an inspiring account of how existing legal structures can be used to trigger big changes. This was indeed the reason behind what may appear on first impressions to be a peculiar choice of book to review for a journal concerned first and foremost with the subject of international economic law, even if this is understood in a loose sense.

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