Some food for comparative thinking on the disclosure of reasons for administrative action: using comparative lenses to examine the French law of giving reasons, by Dominique Custos

The 40th anniversary of the French Act of 11th July 1979 relating to the statement of reasons of administrative decisions was the occasion for a special comparative issue of The Cahiers de la Recherche sur les Droits Fondamentaux (17 CahRDF 2019) published by the University of Caen Normandy Press (France). This issue is now available … Continue reading Some food for comparative thinking on the disclosure of reasons for administrative action: using comparative lenses to examine the French law of giving reasons, by Dominique Custos

A comparative perspective of data protection in the Internet (Springer 2021) edited by Sofia de Vasconcelos Casimiro and Dario Moura Vicente

Personal data processing is at the core of almost every activity throughout the world, in both the public and private sector. Besides its lucrative side, it has been proving itself as a powerful tool to influence opinions and behaviours for very different purposes, such as political gains. Global computer networks, notably the Internet, have given … Continue reading A comparative perspective of data protection in the Internet (Springer 2021) edited by Sofia de Vasconcelos Casimiro and Dario Moura Vicente

Collective bargaining in transition – a renewed role for legal comparison, by Ulla Liukkunen

Comparative law has been a notably neglected discipline in the field of labour law. The explanation appears to lie in the highlighted domestic nature of labour law but also in difficulties presented by entering into a foreign domain through comparative efforts. In the field of collective labour law, particular difficulties relate to paying heed to … Continue reading Collective bargaining in transition – a renewed role for legal comparison, by Ulla Liukkunen

Debating Legal Pluralism and Constitutionalism in the Global Age

Guillaume Tusseau is currently professor at Sciences Po Law School, a member of the Institut universitaire de France and a former member of the High Council of the Judiciary. His main fields of expertise, in which he both lectures and publishes extensively, are Legal philosophy, Constitutional law, and Comparative Law. Among his most recent publications … Continue reading Debating Legal Pluralism and Constitutionalism in the Global Age

2018 Fukuoka Congress – UK national rapporteurs

      I.A. LEGAL HISTORY AND ETHNOGRAPHY   Comparative Law and multicultural legal classes: challenge or opportunity? Dr Myriam Hunter-Henin UCL Laws   I.B. GENERAL LEGAL THEORY AND LEGAL PHILOSOPHY   Property meeting the challenge of the « commons » (the topic should include the problem of land grabbing) Professor Sue Farran University of … Continue reading 2018 Fukuoka Congress – UK national rapporteurs

XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law

The XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law took place in Washington, USA,  in July 2010, hosted by the American University Washington College of Law, the George Washington University Law School, and Georgetown University Law Center. The texts of many of the reports presented at this event were available on the confrence website at the time … Continue reading XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law