The Impact of Transnational Comparativism on Law in Latin America
Legal development may happen slowly, but law never stands still. Among the many factors having an impact on legal development, the influence of foreign and international patterns, although often controversial, is not questionable. But to what extent do foreign and international laws actually affect (the different paths of) legal development? The book aims to provide an answer to this question through different perspectives – from human rights and environmental law to commercial and contract law – and in different geographical contexts – from Europe to Africa, from Asia to Latin America.
Swiss Institute of Comparative Law Series, Schulthess, Switzerland
Comparative law, Congresses, Conference papers and proceedings, International law
Comparative and Foreign Law | International Law | Law
Jorge L. Esquirol, The Impact of Transnational Comparativism on Law in Latin America, in COMPARISONS IN LEGAL DEVELOPMENT: THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN AND INTERNATIONAL LAW ON NATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMS, (Mauro Bussani and Lukas Heckendorn Urscheler eds., 2016).