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Dunoff and Pollack's timely article on The Judicial Trilemma offers a constructive paradigm through which to examine and assess the design and the behavior of international courts and tribunals and, in particular, their members at a time when, despite the increasing judicialization of international law and relations, the legitimacy and function of such courts and tribunals are being questioned in political and public discourse. The focus of this response is on the application of the paradigm to the World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement system, which is one of the international courts and tribunals examined by the authors.