Comparative Law

Author: Alan Watson
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"This book ... was intended as the course book for the class of Comparative Law at the University of Auckland, when I was to be Visiting Professor in April, 2007."--Preface.

Comparative Law And Economics

Author: Ugo Mattei
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
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The seminal book is by A. Watson, Legal Transplants: An Approach to
Comparative Law (1974). A theory of legal change based on legal transplants is
outlined in A. Watson, Society and Legal Change (1977); idem, supra note 1. It is
developed in R. Sacco, Legal For- mants: A Dynamic Approach To Comparative
Law, 39 Am. J. Comp. L. 1-2 (1991). 5. This is the definition given by Watson,
Legal Transplants, supra note 4, at 20. 6. Ibid., at 94. For extensive commentary,
see W. Ewald, ...

Law Lawyers And Race

Author: Mathias Möschel
Publisher: Routledge
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16 Alan Watson, Legal Transplants: An Approach to Comparative Law, 2nd edn (
Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 1993). 17 This classification of Watson's
doctrine is borrowed from Edward M. Wise, 'The Transplant of Legal Patterns',
American Journal ofComparative Law Supplement (1990), vol. 38, pp. 2–7. 18
Alan Watson, Society and Legal Change (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press,
1977). 19 Alan Watson, The Nature ofLaw (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University ...

Methods Of Comparative Law

Author: P. G. Monateri
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
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International Journal of Constitutional Law 1 (2003): 177–324); 'migration' (
Choudhry, Sujit (ed.), The Migration of Constitutional Ideas. New York:
Cambridge University Press, 2006); and 'legal tourism' (see Smits, Jan, 'Legal
Tourism: Contract, Marriage and Citizenship Beyond the State'. Lecture: Oxford
Institute of European and Comparative Law, Oxford University, 29 April 2010). 2
Watson, Alan, Legal Transplants: An Approach to Comparative Law. Edinburgh:
Scottish Academic ...

Elgar Encyclopedia Of Comparative Law Second Edition

Author: J. M. Smits
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781006105
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This is a very important book that should be sitting in every university law school library.Í _ Sally Ramage, The Criminal Lawyer Containing newly updated versions of existing entries and adding several important new entries, this second ...

Encyclopedia Of Law And Society

Author: David S. Clark
Publisher: SAGE Publications
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“The Transplant Effect.” American Journal of Comparative Law 51:163–87. David,
René. (1985). Major Legal Systems in the World Today: An Introduction to the
Comparative Study of Law, 3d ed. London: Stevens. Gorla, Gino. (1983). Diritto
comparato e diritto comune europeo. Milan: Giuffré. Graziadei, Michele. (1999). “
Comparative Law, Legal History, and the Holistic Approach to Legal Cultures.”
Zeitschrift für Europaisches Privatrecht 7:531–43. Kennedy, David. (2003). “The
Politics ...

The Theory And Practice Of Institutional Transplantation

Author: M. de Jong
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Next he asked who had a spouse or partner from a country different from their country of origin to also raise their hands. About half of the audience, the present author included, raised their hands. This is the soft side of globalisation.

Climate Change Law And Policy

Author: Hari Osofsky
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Comparative law provides an approach or framework to understand how and
why legal development differs in different places. Traditionally, comparative law
consisted primarily of rule-comparison, wherein experts focused on the text of
legal rules, especially those embodied in legislative acts, as their principal object
of study. Based on this approach, comparative lawyers would often advocate that
countries “borrow” or “transplantlaws from other countries, particularly those
viewed as ...

The Method And Culture Of Comparative Law

Author: Maurice Adams
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19G Teubner, 'Legal Irritants: Good Faith in British Law or How Unifying Law
Ends Up in New Divergences' (1998) 61 Modern Law Review 11. 20Cf NHD
Foster, 'Comparative Commercial Law: Rules or Context?' in E Örücü and D
Nelken (eds), Comparative Law: A Handbook (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2007)
273–74. 21 A Watson, Law, Society, Reality (Lake Mary, FL, Vandeplas, 2007) 5.
See also A Watson, Legal Transplants: An Approach to Comparative Law, 2nd
edn (Athens, GA, ...