Comparative Law
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Tuesday 9 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

1A           Professor Peter de Cruz (Liverpool John Moores)

                The Quest for methodology - comparative methodology in the 21st century - how do we                       compare now?

1B           Dr Han-Ru Zhou (Université de Montréal)

                The Rule of Law in Commonwealth Legal Systems: Between Formal and Substantive                         Conceptions


Session 2: Tuesday 9 September 2014 16.00-17.30 Room

2A           J. Turlukowski (Warsaw)

                Regional “changing law” in the Crimea Region: theory and practice from a European view

2B           Dr. Dirk Hanschel (Aberdeen)

                 Constitutional responses to centrifugal tendencies in European states – the United                             Kingdom, Spain and Belgium compared

2C           David McArdle (Stirling)

                Athlete image rights in the EU 28: comparative notes from a Commission study    


Session 3 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

3A           Kristie Thomas (Nottingham)

                The evolution of consumer rights in China in comparative perspective

3B           Matt Harrington

                 Reforming the Upper House

3C           Wei Pei (Erasmus University, Rotterdam)

                Are We So Different? Convergence and Divergence in Regulating Sentencing between                         China and England and Wales


Session 4 Wednesday 10 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

4A           Dr. Y Marique (Essex)

                Economic and non-economic actors in the provision of local public services. A                                     comparison between France and England

4B           Milana Karayanidi (Trinity College Dublin)

                State versus the Litigants' Interests in Jurisdiction: Lessons to Learn from the English and                 Russian Protective Jurisdiction Rules

 

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Abstracts

The Rule of Law in Commonwealth Legal Systems: Between Formal and Substantive Conceptions by Han-Ru Zhou.
State versus the Litigants' Interests in Jurisdiction: Lessons to Learn from the English and Russian Protective Jurisdiction Rules' by Milana Karayanidi.
The evolution of consumer rights in China in comparative perspective by Kristie Thomas.
Constitutional responses to centrifugal tendencies in European states – The United Kingdom, Spain and Belgium compared by Dirk Hanschel.
Economic and non economic actors in the provision of local public services. A comparison between France and England by Y Marique.
Athlete Image Rights in the EU 28: Comparative Notes from a Commission Study by David McArdle.

Papers

TOWARDS A ‘THIN’ SUBSTANTIVE CONCEPTION OF THE RULE OF LAW UNDER WESTMINSTER CONSTITUTIONS by HAN-RU ZHOU.
Athlete Image Rights in the EU 28: Comparative Notes from a Commission Study by David McArdle.

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