From the back cover: In an interdependent world, in which the problems faced by judges of different countries are common, the dialogue between national and international judges stands as an indispensable strategy to advance judicial work. This book gathers the reflections of authors from 11 countries on the theory and practice of judicial dialogue, the main benefits of it, but also the challenges that it brings.
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