This book explores convergences of legal doctrine despite jurisdictional, cultural and political barriers, as well as divergences due to such barriers, examining topics that are of vital importance to contemporary legal scholars. Written by leading experts from all continents, its 26 chapters present a comparative analysis of cutting-edge legal issues of the 21st century. While each of the countries covered stands alone as a sovereign state, in a technologically advanced world their disparate systems nonetheless show comparable strategies in dealing with complex legal issues. Several of the chapters show how, in addition to state normative production and state adjudication, a growing panoply of non-state instruments and non-state adjudication are becoming more and more central to the legal field. This book is a key addition to the library of any scholar wanting to keep abreast of the major trends in contemporary law. Representing the current state of law in a vast range of areas, it covers each topic from a comparative perspective.
Watch the replay of yesterday’s kick-off session with the inaugural lecture by Prof. Rhona Schuz #IACLIusComparatum2
Join us today for the launch of our online week on Comparative Family Law Methodology with an inaugural lecture by Professor Rhona Schuz. You can still register at https://t.co/DvdLhF252L The Zoom link is shared automatically just before the start today at 6pm #IACLIusComparatum2
Looking forward to the Comparative Family Law Methodology Week starting tmrw ⬇️ #IACLIusComparatum2 https://t.co/Jq2CICOeKn
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Articles/Papers & Programme >> https://t.co/FwHAhyqu6t
Articles discussed during the week will be published in the second volume of the Ius Comparatum open access series this Fall.
Le #Bundesrat, 2nd chambre du parlement #allemand, approuve une loi permettant d’ouvrir des nouvelles poursuites pénales contre des accusés de crimes graves (#meurtre, crime contre l’humanité) précédemment jugés innocents, renversant le principe ne bis in idem.
@bucerius_law Les liens Zoom seront envoyés avant chaque session aux participant(e)s inscrit(e)s.
The Zoom Links will be sent prior to each session to registered participants.