Comparative Law
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 3.32

1 A    David Marrani (Essex)
          To Compare or Not to Compare, That is the Question
1 B    Ken Oliphant (Vienna)
          Teaching the Core Comparatively: The Example of Tort Law
1 C    Antonios E. Platsas (Derby)
          Comparative Law as the Ideological Core of a Cosmopolitan Law Curriculum

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room 3.32

2A  Marios Coustas (London City)
       Judicial review of EU acts post Lisbon: Following the UK paradigm?
2B  Bilun Mueller (Trinity, Dublin)
        Towards a European General Administrative law
2C  Ronagh McQuigg (Queen's University Belfast)
       Domestic Violence in Regional Conventions on Violence Against Women: A Comparative Analysis

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room 3.32

3A   Rebecca Zahn (Stirling)
        Beyond traditional differences - the increasing similarities of the German and British collective labour law systems
3B   Gerhard Dannemann (Humboldt, Berlin)
        The proposed Common European Sales Law and its interaction with English and German Law
3C    Mitja Kova? (Ljubljana)
         Cancelation of contracts in English, French and Chinese Law

 

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room 3.32

4A   David Kenny (Trinity, Dublin)
        The separation of powers and interpretative remedies: Section 3 of the Human Rights Act in comparative perspective
4B    Dorota Leczykiewicz (Oxford)
        Policy-based Reasoning in Private Law in a Comparative Perspective
4C   Ville Komulainen (Helsinki)
         On the Impurities of 21st Century Comparative Law

 

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Abstracts

Comparative Law as the Ideological Core of a Cosmopolitan Law Curriculum by Antonios E. Platsas.
Towards a European General Administrative Law – the Example of Planning Permissions by Bilun Mueller.
Cancelation of contracts in English, French and Chinese Law by Mitja Kovac.
Accessing ADR through the Courts in Nigeria by Bukola Faturoti.
The proposed Common European Sales Law and its interaction with English and German Law by Gerhard Dannemann .
Teaching the Core Comparatively: The Example of Tort Law by Ken Oliphant.
Domestic Violence in Regional Conventions on Violence Against Women: A Comparative Analysis by Ronagh McQuigg..

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