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6 On networks of actors in certain areas of the job utilizing professional rosters as a supply see S. Puig, ‘Social Money in the Arbitration Market’, (2014) 25 European Journal of Worldwide Legislation at 387 M. Langford, D. Behn and R. Lie, ‘The Revolving Doorway in International Investment Arbitration’, (2017) 20 Journal of International Economic Law, at 301. On scholarship and citations see S. T. Helmersen, ‘The Use of Scholarship by the WTO Appellate Body’, 7 Goettingen Journal of Intercontinental Legislation, at 309 L. J. M. Boer, ‘“The Larger Aspect of Jurisconsults”: On Consensus Promises and Their Footnotes in Lawful Scholarship’, (2016) 8 Leiden Journal of Intercontinental Law, at 1021. On the profession’s ‘professionals’ see M. Koskenniemi, The Light Civilizer of Nations: The Increase and Fall of Worldwide Legislation, 1870-1960 (2002) L. Obregón, ‘Noted for Dissent: The Global Lifetime of Alejandro Alvarez’, (2006) 19 Leiden Journal of Worldwide Regulation, at 983–1016 A. Becker Lorca, Mestizo International Legislation: Global Regulation: A Worldwide Mental Heritage 1842–1933 (2015). On histories of institutions and professional bodies see, for illustration, G. F. Sinclair, To Reform the Entire world: Worldwide Organisations and the Generating of Present day States (2017) J. P Scarfi, The Hidden Historical past of Worldwide Regulation in the Americas: Empire and Authorized Networks (2017).