Julian Arato

About/Bio

Julian Arato is Associate Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School in New York. His research and teaching interests include international economic law, public international law, international organizations, contracts, and private law theory. He has written extensively on international economic law, the law of treaties and treaty interpretation, and the law of international organizations.

Recently Published

A Preemptive Strike against European Federalism: The Decision of the Bundesverfassungsgericht Concerning the Treaty of Lisbon.

Julian Arato is a J.D. candidate and Institute of International Law and Justice Scholar at the New York University School of Law .  His article on  Subsequent Practice and Evolutive Interpretation: Techniques of Treaty Interpretation over Time and Their Diverse Consequences, 9 Law & Prac. Int’l Cts. & Tribs. (forthcoming 2010) is  available here. Editor's Note: Readers…

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