"The combination of a rich contextual framework, clarification of policy goals and detailed trend analyses, all informed by policy appraisal, will make this work the indispensable handbook for all who grapple with the increasingly common phenomenon of succession." W. Michael Reisman, Myres S. McDougal Professor of International Law at Yale University.
About the Author
Tai-Heng Cheng is an Associate Professor and the Associate Director of the Center for International Law at New York Law School, as well as a professor at Sarah Lawrence College. He holds a law degree from Oxford University, as well as a Master of Laws degree and a Doctor of the Science of Law degree from Yale Law School.