7 edition of Comparative legal studies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Pierre Legrand and Roderick Munday.|
|Contributions||Legrand, Pierre, 1959-, Munday, R. J. C., Ph. D.|
|LC Classifications||K559 .C66 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 520 p. :|
|Number of Pages||520|
|LC Control Number||2003279276|
tive legal history, the study of legal transplants, and the comparative study of legal cultures. Concerning practice, the functional approach underlies some famous successful and methodologically explicit studies, but they are famous in no small part because they are so rare.6 More often, for supporters and opponents alike, ‘functionalCited by: Synopsis. The 14 essays that make up this volume are written by leading international scholars to provide an authoritative survey of the state of comparative legal studies. Representing such varied disciplines as the law, political science, sociology, history and anthropology, the contributors review the intellectual traditions Brand: Cambridge University Press.
Table Of Contents. I. Comparative Law at a Cross-roads 1. Comparative Law and Comparative Legal Studies David Nelken 2. Developing Comparative law Esin Örücü II. New Directions for Comparative Law 3. Globalisation and Comparative Law William Twining 4. Com-paring H. Patrick Glenn 5. Defining and Using the Concept of Legal Culture David Nelken 6. Is it so Bad to be Different? African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics Comparative Legal Studies in Transition. 2 Developing a Decentred Analysis of Legal Transfers Author: Sarah Biddulph.
Bibliography: v. 2, p. . ‘A leading figure in critical legal studies and renowned scholar of comparative constitutionalism, Frankenberg urges us forward, offering a new taxonomy for critical work. He illustrates its potential in terrific chapters on recent transnational legal movements: to regulate the veil, provide access to justice and reinvigorate human rights as a language of : Günter Frankenberg.
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These fourteen essays, written by leading international comparatists, offer an authoritative review of the current state of comparative legal studies. With backgrounds in law, political science, sociology, history and anthropology, contributors examine comparative law's intellectual traditions, the strengths and failings of its methodologies and, most importantly, future directions the subject is likely to : Hardcover.
Book description. The 14 essays that make up this volume are written by leading international scholars to provide an authoritative survey of the state of comparative legal studies.
Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions - edited by Pierre Legrand August Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions.
The 14 essays that make up this volume are written by leading international scholars to provide an authoritative survey of the state. This comprehensive study of the philosophical and methodological foundations of comparative law is a book with ideas and arguments every comparatist scholar is drawn to.
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book review The clamor of lawyers: the American revolution and crisis in the legal profession by Peter Charles Hoffer and Williamjames Hoffer, Ithaca and London, Cornell University Press,ix + pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Comparative Legal Studies and the Matter of Authenticity JCL to enlarge the possibility of intelligible discourse between laws.
in short, difference must be understood and the temptation to efface it resisted.9 in appreciation of the fact that comparative analysis of law is a serious political act.
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Comparative method: comparing legal systems or legal cultures. The Paperback of the Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions by Roderick Munday at Barnes & Noble.
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Essays examine comparative law's intellectual traditions, the strengths and failings of its methodologies and its future directions. This text is quite simply a book with which anyone embarking on comparative legal studies will have to : Paperback. legal hi story, the study of legal t ranspla nts, and the comparative st udy of legal cultu res’ (Michael sp.
However, the rst one has a st rong historica lAuthor: Mark Van Hoecke. His current research interests focus on comparative law and comparative legal linguistics. He has published several studies on legal languages, especially on legal Latin, as well as on family law, law of inheritance and international private law.
Professor Mattila is also Docent of Comparative Law at the University of Helsinki in Finland. Books shelved as comparative-law: The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Law by Mathias Reimann, Land Grabs in Asia: What Role for the Law. by Connie Carter.
The LLM in Comparative Legal Studies is intended for students whose first law degree was earned outside the United States. To earn the LLM degree, candidates must complete a minimum of 24 academic credits while achieving a grade-point average of at least on a 4-point scale.
The program may be completed in two full-time semesters, although. Each book is filled with classic and contemporary published work and benefits from the expertise of a leading expert in the field, ensuring that the selected work is of the highest standard. The series is an essential reference for everyone interested in comparative legal studies.
This chapter is divided in three sections. Section 1 discusses the recent developments within comparative law and touches on one of its central methodological issues by asking whether comparative studies should focus on similarities or differences between legal systems and traditions.
It will do so partly by discussing various studies in Örücü and Nelken’s edited handbook of comparative. The orthodox comparative legal studies believe that there is a pure and objective science of comparative legal studies able to distance itself from “conventions” and its historicity.
By combining a method – comparative studies – with an ongoing process – the internationalization of law, that is, its extension beyond national borders – this Chair looks to the future, as uncertain as it may be.
Of course current events tragically highlight the absence of a real legal world order. The collective security system of the Charter of the United Nations has shown its Author: Mireille Delmas-Marty. Comparing legal systems involves, at least to some degree, exploring both similarities and differences.
For some writers, this forms part of the definition of comparative law. Some comparative lawyers have generally emphasized differences, while others see similarities, particularly in problems and their results, and a third group has sought to strike a balance between observing and analysing Cited by: Comparative Legal Studies and Internationalization of Law: Inaugural Lecture delivered on Thursday 20 March In Comparative Legal Studies and Internationalization of Law: Inaugural Lecture delivered on Thursday 20 March Paris: Collège de France.
doi/hor: Mireille Delmas-Marty.International and Comparative Legal Studies. Overview; (open-book) and a short drafting exercise that will be graded.
crimes, but foster new forms of criminal activity as well, throughout the world. The course will adopt an explicitly comparative legal approach to the problem of cybercrime, focusing principally on nations in North.