Sue Farran and Esin Örücü
THE CONTINUING RELEVANCE OF COMPARATIVE LAW AND COMPARATIVE LEGAL STUDIES
Keywords:Comparative Law; comparative legal studies; contributors
THE WORDS OF COMPARATIVE LAW
Keywords:words; comparative law; pluralism; cultural immersion; translation, specialty language
COMPARING VULNERABILITY? HOW CAN EU COMPARATIVE LAW METHODS SHED LIGHT ON THE CONCEPT OF THE VULNERABLE CONSUMER
Keywords:consumer law; consumer vulnerability; culturally informed comparative method; European Comparative law
THE COMMISSION OF EUROPEAN FAMILY LAW: TAKING STOCK AFTER ALMOST TWENTY YEARS
Keywords:methodology of comparative legal studies; European legal research; harmonisation; family law; divorce; maintenance between former spouses; parental responsibilities; property relations between spouses; de facto unions
APPLIED COMPARATIVE LAW IN CENTRAL EUROPE
Keywords:legal transplants; comparative law; applied comparative law; Czech Republic; Romania; Hungary; civil law; civil code; codifi cation; Central Europe
Jens M Scherpe
A COMPARATIVE VIEW ON REGISTERED PARTNERSHIPS AND FORMAL FAMILY RECOGNITION BEYOND MARRIAGE
Keywords:registered partnership; civil partnership; civil union; cohabitation; de facto union; same-sex relationships; carer relationships
QUANTITATIVE LEGAL COMPARISONS: NARRATIVES, SELF-REPRESENTATIONS AND SUNSET BOULEVARDS
Keywords:quantitative comparisons; numerical comparative law; global indicators; Freedom in the World Index; Corruption Perceptions Index; Doing Business reports; comparative law methodology; statolatry; perceptions of law; legal functionalism; functions of comparative law
Lukas Heckendorn Urscheler
THE USE OF ONLINE TOOLS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPARATIVE LAW: A CASE STUDY
Keywords:internet; online legal information; business and human rights; comparative method; civil society; corporate social responsibility
Elspeth Attwooll, Noreen Burrows and Esin Örücü
EU LAWS AS CULTIVARS IN THE UK BEFORE AND AFTER BREXIT
Keywords:legal transplants; horticultural metaphors: cultivars; layering; runners; allotment; cultivators; gardeners; EU laws: equal treatment; rights of residence of EU citizens
POPULISM AND COMPARATIVE LAW AS TOOLS NOT TO RECOGNISE FOREIGN MARRIAGES
Keywords:recognition of foreign marriages; private international law; polygamy; underage marriages; proxy marriages; human rights; Nordic States; Sweden; Germany
Mohamed Elewa Badar and Mohammad Z Sabuj
THE ISLAMIC LAW OF REBELLION AND ITS POTENTIAL TO COMPLEMENT PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW ON THE USE OF FORCE
Keywords:use of force; rebellion; persecution; self-determination; Islamic law; public international law; international humanitarian law
Nicholas Condylis, Samuel Murray and Peter Gerangelos
INHERENT EXECUTIVE POWER IN IRELAND — LESSONS FOR AUSTRALIA
Keywords:executive power; Australian Constitutional Law; Irish Constitutional Law; royal prerogative; comparative constitutional law; nonstatutory executive power
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