Tulane Law School - The Eason Weinmann Center of International and Comparative Law. Comparative law at Tulane has a long tradition, of which the Eason Weinmann Center is an important part.
Created with the help of a generous gift from The Honorable John Giffen and Virginia Eason Weinmann in 1981, it is today a leading think tank and an academic hub for both American and foreign scholars with an interest in expanding the international conversation about law. Located between the common and civil law worlds, and with manifold connections to Europe, South America and Africa, the Center is in an ideal position to build bridges between different legal cultures. Read more... The Center serves as a platform for Tulane's achievements in foreign and comparative scholarship, and aims to make comparative thinking a natural part of the daily classroom experience. In an effort to be practical as well as transcendent, the Center also provides legal advice for legislators, courts, NGOs, and commercial enterprises operating in an increasingly interdependent world.
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In: Handbuch Archiv. Geschichte, Aufgaben, Perspektiven, forthcoming. Peters, Anne: German Parliament decides to send troops to combat ISIS - based on collective self-defense "in conjunction with" SC Res. 2249. Dellavalle, Sergio: Dalla tassonomia costituzionale alla riflessione critica. In: La ricerca dell’ordine perduto. Marxsen, Christian: Introduction to the Symposium: "The Incorporation of Crimea by the Russian Federation in the Light of International Law".
Ragone, Sabrina: Un attore lontano dalle luci della ribalta: la dottrina nella giurisprudenza costituzionale di Belgio, Francia e Spagna. Wolfrum, Rüdiger: Military Vessel Protection Detachments under National and International Law. Vierck, Leonie Johanna: with Markus Böckenförde: Research questions arising from practice of law. Schmalz, Dana: Der Flüchtlingsbegriff zwischen kosmopolitischer Brisanz und nationalstaatlicher Ordnung.
Publications 2015. Oxford University Comparative Law Forum. IACL / AIDC. Institute of European and Comparative Law. The Institute provides a focus for research and teaching in the fields of European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Law.
It holds regular seminars and conferences, many of which lead to books in the series from the Institute published by Hart Publishing, and every year it hosts numerous visiting post-doctoral researchers who carry out advanced research and contribute to the academic community. The Institute also manages the Faculty’s four-year undergraduate programme, Law with Law Studies in Europe, which involves a year in a European University under the Erasmus scheme, by preparing the Oxford students to go abroad and by welcoming foreign students who study the Diploma in Legal Studies at Oxford. The Institute also includes within it the Centre for Competition Law and Policy, a focus for the research and teaching of competition law and policy at the University of Oxford.
For further information about the activities of the Institute, see our Annual Reports. Japan: IP Laws and Treaties. Comparative Law - GlobaLex. Comparative Law By Paul Norman Paul Norman is senior reference librarian at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, which he joined in 1970.
He has contributed chapters in the Manual of Law Librarianship (1976 and 1987), Dane & Thomas: How to use a Law Library (2001) and occasional articles in Legal Information Management and its predecessor the Law Librarian. Published April 2006 See the August 2007 update Table of Contents. Asie. Alan Watson Foundation. Ernst Rabel. Ernst Rabel (January 28, 1874 – September 7, 1955) was an Austrian-born American scholar of Roman law, German private law, and comparative law, who, as the founding director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Foreign and International Private Law, in Berlin, achieved international recognition in the period between the World Wars, before being forced into retirement under the Nazi regime, and emigrating to the United States, in 1939.
Biography Ernst Rabel was born in Vienna, as the son of Albert Rabel and Bertha Rabel (née Ettinger). His father was a distinguished Austrian attorney in the era of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Rabel studied law at the University of Vienna, and received his Ph.D. there in December 1895. His dissertation, written under Ludwig Mitteis, was entitled "Die Übertragbarkeit des Urheberrechts nach dem österreichischen Gesetzes vom 26. Rabel was also called upon to serve as a judge on several international judicial bodies during the interwar period.
Méthodologie du droit comparé : bilan et prospective - Persée. 40 REVUE INTERNATIONALE DE DROIT COMPARÉ 1-2005 accroché au relief thématique de ces lois » 63.
De cette idée est née l’approche fonctionnelle du droit comparé. Le principal auteur de cette méthode est l’Allemand Ernst Rabel, resté célèbre notamment pour ses travaux sur la vente qui serviront de base à la Convention de Vienne64. Il développe la théorie d’une approche fonctionnelle du droit comparé (funktionnelle Rechtsvergleichung) 65. Cette approche est basée sur l’idée que «dans le droit les seules choses comparables sont celles qui remplissent les mêmes fonctions » 66.
Il s’agit donc d’analyser la ou les fonctions que remplit une règle juridique et de rechercher leur pendant dans les droits étrangers. 63 Cité par H. Actualités - Chaire d'Etudes juridiques comparatives et internationalisation du droit (2003-2011)