Maya Steinitz

Maya Steinitz

Biographical Information



Maya Steinitz. The Case for an International Court of Civil Justice. NY: Cambridge University Press, 2018, xiv, 254 pages.

Book Chapters

Maya Steinitz, “Transnational Legal Process Theories,” in The Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication, edited by Cesare P.R. Romano, Karen J. Alter, and Yuval Shany. New York: Oxford University Press 2014, at 339, 18 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “Foreign Direct Investment by State-Controlled Entities at a Crossroad of Economic History: Conference Report of the Rapporteur,” in Sovereign Investment: Concerns and Policy Reactions, edited by Karl P. Sauvant, Lisa E. Sachs, and Wouter P.F. Schmit Jongbloed. New York: Oxford University Press 2012, at 533, 9 pages.


Maya Steinitz, “Transnational Litigation as a Prisoner’s Dilemma,” with Paul Gowder, 94 North Carolina Law Review 751 (2016), 67 pages.
Maya Steinitz. "Incorporating Legal Claims," 90 Notre Dame Law Review 1155 (2015), 56 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “The Case for an International Court of Civil Justice,” 67 Stanford Law Review Online 75 (2014), 9 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “A Model Litigation Finance Contract,” with Abigail C. Field, 99 Iowa Law Review 711 (2014), 62 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “How Much Is That Lawsuit in the Window? Pricing Legal Claims,” 66 Vanderbilt Law Review 1889 (2013), 36 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “The Litigation Finance Contract,” 54 William & Mary Law Review 455 (2012), 64 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “Whose Claim Is This Anyway? Third-Party Litigation Funding,” 8 Transnational Dispute Management (2011), 71 pages; reprinted from 95 Minnesota Law Review 1268 (2011), 71 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “Whose Claim Is This Anyway? Third-Party Litigation Funding,” 95 Minnesota Law Review 1268 (2011), 71 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “Internationalized Pro Bono and a New Global Role for Lawyers in the 21st Century: Lessons from Nation-Building in Southern Sudan,” 12 Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal 205 (2009), 36 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “The Impact of Sovereign Wealth Funds on the Regulation of Foreign Direct Investment in Strategic Industries: A Comparative View,” with Michael Ingrassia, 10 Business Law International 5 (2009), 14 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “Introduction,” with John Brigham and Ahmad Pakatchi (Special Issue: Papers from the Sixth Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, 2006, edited by John Brigham, Ahmad Pakatchi, and Maya Steinitz),” 20 International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 217 (2007), 6 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as Theater: The Social Negotiation of the Moral Authority of International Law,” 5 Journal of International Law & Policy 1 (2007), 31 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “The Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals and a Jurisprudence of the Deviant,” 7 International Law Forum 119 (2005), 8 pages.
Maya Steinitz, “The Milosevic Trial - Live!: An Iconical Analysis of International Law’s Claim of Legitimate Authority,” 3 Journal of International Criminal Justice 103 (2005), 21 pages.

Short Essays

Maya Steinitz, "Follow the Money? A Proposed Approach for Disclosure of Litigation Finance Agreements," 3 The Practice: Litigation Finance (September-October 2019), 5 pages.
Maya Steinitz, "Types of Litigation Funding," (Panelist remarks, 2015 Conference: Litigation Funding: The Basics & Beyond, New York University School of Law), 12 N.Y.U. Journal of Law & Business 535 (2016), 6 pages.