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Common law and civil law today : convergence and divergence, editor, Marko Novakovic

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Common law and civil law today : convergence and divergence
Title
Common law and civil law today
Title remainder
convergence and divergence
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editor, Marko Novakovic
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eng
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YDX
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index present
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non fiction
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Novaković, Marko
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  • Common law
  • Civil law
  • Comparative law
Label
Common law and civil law today : convergence and divergence, editor, Marko Novakovic
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
PART 1. INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LAW. International law as a wedge between legal systems / Paul B. Stephan -- Internal law and international law : from common law to civil law / Augusto Sinagra, Anna Lucia Valvo -- Territorial knowledge, sociality and the convergence of international and constitutional law / William E. Conklin -- Convergence and divergence in statutory interpretation / Jeffrey A. Pojanowski -- Common law constitutionalism and popular sovereignty : a matter of public trust / Anne Richardson Oakes -- Legal globalization through the constructivist and poststructuralist lenses / Luka Martin Tomažič -- With or without you : thoughts on Brexit and European private law / Cristina Poncibò -- Are European security policies learning some lessons from the United States on migration and human rights? / Paolo Bargiacchi -- PART 2. THE ROLE OF THE JUDICIAL BODIES. A few thoughts on various legal traditions, forms of civilization and the ICJ / Marko Novaković -- Anglophone and civilian legal cultures : global governance by corporation and state / Joseph P. Garske -- Case-law relevance in the European Union law : the triumph of reason over precedent / Letizia Seminara -- The general principle of "abuse of rights" : its roots in domestic law and impact on investment arbitration / Philipp Janig -- The Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights procedures : on the quest for a more coherent approach in human rights protection / Vesna Ćorić -- The ECHR’s influence on convergence between common law and civil law systems / Brice Dickson -- PART 3. NATIONAL IMPLICATIONS. Common law and civil law approaches to excessive group crimes / Marjolein Cupido -- The concept of fault in the regulation of international responsibility -- reception or rejection of domestic law analogy / Anna Czaplińska -- A mixture of civil and common legal systems? : an example of trend of Taiwan's legal development on information technology / Chun Hung Lin -- Conceptions of contract in German and English law and their legal traditions / Marin Keršić -- Institutional transplants in Serbia : the stories of success and failure / Ana Knežević Bojović -- Supreme audit institutions of the Republic of Serbia and the United Kingdom : comparative legal analysis / Jelena Kostić -- Influence of the Eurasian integration process on the legal system of the Russian Federation / Dmitriy V. Galushko -- Convergence and divergence of international law in Slovak judicial system / Lucia Mokrá
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
488 pages
Isbn
9781622735075
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unmediated
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
System control number
(OCoLC)1096276813
Label
Common law and civil law today : convergence and divergence, editor, Marko Novakovic
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PART 1. INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LAW. International law as a wedge between legal systems / Paul B. Stephan -- Internal law and international law : from common law to civil law / Augusto Sinagra, Anna Lucia Valvo -- Territorial knowledge, sociality and the convergence of international and constitutional law / William E. Conklin -- Convergence and divergence in statutory interpretation / Jeffrey A. Pojanowski -- Common law constitutionalism and popular sovereignty : a matter of public trust / Anne Richardson Oakes -- Legal globalization through the constructivist and poststructuralist lenses / Luka Martin Tomažič -- With or without you : thoughts on Brexit and European private law / Cristina Poncibò -- Are European security policies learning some lessons from the United States on migration and human rights? / Paolo Bargiacchi -- PART 2. THE ROLE OF THE JUDICIAL BODIES. A few thoughts on various legal traditions, forms of civilization and the ICJ / Marko Novaković -- Anglophone and civilian legal cultures : global governance by corporation and state / Joseph P. Garske -- Case-law relevance in the European Union law : the triumph of reason over precedent / Letizia Seminara -- The general principle of "abuse of rights" : its roots in domestic law and impact on investment arbitration / Philipp Janig -- The Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights procedures : on the quest for a more coherent approach in human rights protection / Vesna Ćorić -- The ECHR’s influence on convergence between common law and civil law systems / Brice Dickson -- PART 3. NATIONAL IMPLICATIONS. Common law and civil law approaches to excessive group crimes / Marjolein Cupido -- The concept of fault in the regulation of international responsibility -- reception or rejection of domestic law analogy / Anna Czaplińska -- A mixture of civil and common legal systems? : an example of trend of Taiwan's legal development on information technology / Chun Hung Lin -- Conceptions of contract in German and English law and their legal traditions / Marin Keršić -- Institutional transplants in Serbia : the stories of success and failure / Ana Knežević Bojović -- Supreme audit institutions of the Republic of Serbia and the United Kingdom : comparative legal analysis / Jelena Kostić -- Influence of the Eurasian integration process on the legal system of the Russian Federation / Dmitriy V. Galushko -- Convergence and divergence of international law in Slovak judicial system / Lucia Mokrá
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
488 pages
Isbn
9781622735075
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
System control number
(OCoLC)1096276813

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