Title

Deference and National Courts in the Age of Globalization: Learning, Applying, and Deferring to Foreign Law

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2019

Editor(s)

Chiara Antonia d'Alessandro & Claudia Marchese

ISBN

9788894885965

Publisher

Roma TrE Press

Language

en-US

Abstract

What do we mean for "jurisdiction" in contemporary, globalized, societies? How is this age-old notion changing? What are the new challenges facing us and the new waters that need to be explored? Thirty-four scholars from Italy, Europe and other legal cultures offer, in English and Italian, the updated and enrichened papers that were presented at the 24th biennial colloquium of the Italian Association of Comparative Law (AIDC). The contributions are all placed in a broad and comparative perspective, looking at the different existing models, at experiences of success and failure, at models that could--or cannot--be transplanted. "Jurisdiction" must be constantly measured through its relation with other constitutional powers, with the emergence of new conflicts and actors, with legal and political theory.

Comments

While this particular chapter does appear in English, the entire work includes many chapters in Italian as well.

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