‘Seminar: The Edinburgh Centre for Private Law presents: Global legal comparisons: what can we compare, how, and to what purpose? – Professor Fernanda Pirie – Friday 29 October 2021, 16:00-17:30 (on Zoom)’

“Looking widely at different laws quickly raises questions about what we can compare. Legal systems have taken very different forms and have been created for very different purposes over the course of human history, so what and why should we try to compare? What, after all, counts as law? Rather than focusing on content and detail, I suggest, or on the ways in which lawmakers have tried to address similar problems, global comparisons can better address different questions …” (more)

[Stefano Cattelan, ESCLH, 22 October]

First posted 2021-10-23 08:00:22

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