Interaction of Legal Systems: Post-Soviet Approaches
Thirty-four comparatists from Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Russia, and the United States address the philosophy and methodology of analyzing the interaction of national legal systems, the theory of such interaction, the interaction of national legal systems in practice, the interaction of international law, integration law, and national law, and the interaction of secular and religious law.
Particular attention is given to social law doctrine, procedural comparative jurisprudence, comparative international law, the theory of open law, legal transplants, legal acculturation, traditional, continental, Latin American, Islamic, Hindu, Confucian, and mixed legal systems.
|Publisher:||Wildy Simmonds & Hill Publishing|
|Author(s)||Butler, W and Kresin, O|