This panel looks at a series of questions (nationality, territory, other factors,...) that courts in multiple countries are facing that involve the extraterritorial application of domestic constitutional law and domestic legal framework for the protection of human rights. The approaches of the United States, Canada and United Kingdom in determining the reach their domestic rights regimes beyond their national borders are presented.
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