Comparative Law tips and tricks (esp. French law for non french-speaking patrons) - Legal translation tools
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Comparative Law tips and tricks (esp. French law for non french-speaking patrons) - Legal translation tools
Sources of French Law in other languages (mostly in English, but not only). It may contain some sources for legal sources other than French. Dedicated mostly to Comparative Law tools, with a special concern towards Legal Translation.
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Civil Lay Judges: A Global Overview by Jérémy Boulanger-Bonnelly :: SSRN

This paper provides an overview of the reliance on lay judges in civil matters around the world (excluding civil juries). The objective is to provide a starting
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Prejudice and its Legal Interpretation by Alexander Novozhilov :: SSRN

Many lawyers underestimate prejudice, but its importance is enormous. The term "prejudice" has Latin roots (from Latin ‘praejudicialis’), which means
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The Concept of an International Organization in International Law by Lorenzo Gasbarri :: SSRN

Despite their exponential growth in number and activities, there is not an established legal concept of an international organization. This book tackles the top
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Normative Systems and Human Rights by Richard S. Kay :: SSRN

This is a pre-publication draft of my contribution to a symposium in the Emory Law Journal honoring the extraordinary scholarly career of Michael J. Perry. In i
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Global Developments and Challenges in Costs and Funding of Civil Justice by Masood Ahmed, Xandra E. Kramer :: SSRN

Access to justice is a basic human right and a fundamental constitutional principle. It is also a right which, as Lord Reed succinctly put it in R (on the appli
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Scraping in Cyberspace: Police Entrapment in the Virtual World by Mathew Zaia :: SSRN

The Supreme Court of Canada will soon consider entrapment in the virtual space in four companion cases: R v Ramelson, R v Haniffa, R v Dare, and R v Jaffer. Thi
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The Professional Statute of the Data Protection Officer by Tiago Branco da Costa :: SSRN

The role of the data protection officer, although referred to by Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995, has been c
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Machine-Learning Comparative Law by Han‐Wei Ho, Patrick Chung-Chia Huang, Yun-chien Chang :: SSRN

Comparative lawyers are interested in similarities between legal systems. Artificial intelligence offers a new approach to understanding legal families. This ch
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Law Schools Should Teach Non-precedential Federal Appellate Opinions by Sarah E. Ricks :: SSRN

Most law students would be shocked to learn that the vast majority of decisions by federal appellate courts bind no one but the parties themselves. Only a tiny
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What 'Dobbs' Means for Women's Equality (The Seeds of Unraveling a Host of Gender-based Protections are Present in the Draft Opinion) by Marc Spindelman :: SSRN

This brief commentary takes a close critical look at Justice Samuel Alito's draft opinion for the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization
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In Data We Trust? Quantifying the Costs of Adjudication in the EU Justice Scoreboard by Adriani Dori :: SSRN

Affordable and timely judicial proceedings by independent courts are essential for an effective justice system. They are also a precondition for the protection
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Justice Ginsburg's Cautious Legacy for the Equal Rights Amendment by Julie C. Suk :: SSRN

History will remember the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) as the “founding mother” of constitutional gender equality in the United States. This Article u
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Is a Translated Work an Intellectual Property Or a Mere Commodity?

When you write a story, your work is supposed to be protected by copyright law. Copyright is a kind of intellectual property law that aims to protect original works. That includes literature, music, and other artistic works.
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Faut-il autoriser le Parlement européen à proposer les lois ?

Contrairement aux parlements des 27 Etats de l’Union, le Parlement européen élu par les citoyens ne peut pas être à l'initiative des législations européennes. Seule la Commission a ce pouvoir. Pour certains, il s’agit d’une anomalie démocratique qui doit prendre fin.
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Why Judges Can't Save Democracy by Robert L. Tsai :: SSRN

This is a contribution to a symposium on David M. Driesen's book, "The Specter of Dictatorship" (Stanford Press 2021), held at Syracuse University Col
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The Law of Pseudonymous Litigation by Eugene Volokh :: SSRN

When may parties in American civil cases proceed pseudonymously? The answer turns out to be deeply unsettled. This Article aims to lay out the legal rules (such
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A Brief Introduction to the Right to Privacy: An International Legal Perspective by Md. Toriqul Islam :: SSRN

After the invention of computers in the 19th century and the Internet in the late 1960s, the vast majority of our work is done online. The dependence on online
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tort | Definition, Examples, Laws, Types, & Facts | Britannica

tort, in common law, civil law, and the vast majority of legal systems that derive from them, any instance of harmful behaviour, such as physical attack on one’s person or interference with one’s possessions or with the use and enjoyment of one’s land, economic interests (under certain...
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Beyond Constitutional Doctrine? –

In a recent post on Verfassungsblog, Michał Stambulski and Karol Muszyński make a number of wide-ranging statements and stinging criticisms of what they believe to be the shortcomings of “doctrinal constitutionalism”, “legal constitutionalism” and “doctrinal legal constitutionalism.”...
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Judicial Review of COVID-19 Legislation – How have the Courts Performed? by John Mark Keyes :: SSRN

This paper considers judicial responses to challenges to legislative action taken to address the COVID-19 pandemic, how these responses were affected by emergen
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Deconstructing Mixed Constitutions by Adam Shinar :: SSRN

A central task of comparative constitutional law scholarship is categorization and classification of constitutions. Recent scholarship, no doubt informed by the
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The Rule of Law in the EU: Crisis – Differentiation – Conditionality by Renata Uitz :: SSRN

The EU’s decade-long rule of law crisis has normalized into an everyday constitutional and political experience. The lens of differentiated governance calls for
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Roe V. Wade Under Attack: Choosing Procedural Doctrines Over Fundamental Constitutional Rights by Simona Grossi :: SSRN

This Article details the Texas litigation on abortion rights in and out of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2021 and its implications for the future of constitutional
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