PART I TRANSNATIONAL COMMERCIAL LAW AND ITS SOURCES.- 1. Defining the subject matter.- 2. Law making 1 - The hierarchy of norms.- 3. Law making 2 - Law and non-law.- 4. The public/private law divide - why does it matter?.- 5. The sources of transnational commercial law.- 6. The lex mercatoria debate.- 7. Private international law.- Part II TRANSNATIONAL COMMERCIAL LAW IN ACTION.- 8. Selected sources of transnational law.- 9. Selected sources of transnational law - Other contract types.- 10. Aspects of corporate and finance law.- 11. Motivations behind choice of law.- 12. Transnational law in arbitration.- 13. Transnational law in state courts.- 14. Transnational commercial law in reform.- 15. Outlook - The future of transnational commercial law.
Maren Heidemann is a qualified lawyer (Germany) and Associate Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at School of Advanced Studies, University of London, England, United Kingdom