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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EconPapers: Law professions, low regulation: assessing French notarial competition through (de)regulation indexes

By Grégoire Massé; Abstract: This paper questions the difficulty of quantifying French notaries’ regulatory evolutions with existing regulatory
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EconPapers: Ramadan fasting increases leniency in judges from Pakistan and India

By Sultan Mehmood, Avner Seror and Daniel Chen; Abstract: Using data on roughly half a million cases and 10,000 judges from Pakistan and India, Mehmood et al. estimate the
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Introduction: A New Handbook for Comparative Law in a Global Context by Mathias Siems, Po Jen Yap :: SSRN

This chapter introduces the aims and scope of this handbook. In this handbook, we seek to showcase the diverse perspectives offered by contributors from all ove
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Why Law was Late to Comparative Constitutional Amendment by Richard Albert :: SSRN

Today law leads all disciplines in the study of comparative constitutional amendment. In its early stages, however, comparative constitutional amendment was alm
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Les défis auxquels les organes électoraux africains sont confrontés vont au-delà d'un simple “régression démocratique”

Les acteurs concernés, qu'ils soient décideurs politiques, partis politiques, membres de la société civile ou des médias, doivent agir de manière proactive pour promouvoir des élections transparentes.
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Constitutional Courts and the Exceptionality of Regime-Change by Julius Yam :: SSRN

Based on the experiences of this volume, this chapter challenges two common ways of understanding constitutional courts in transitional regimes – the Descriptiv
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Clownstitutionalism: Making a Joke of the Constitution by Abuse of Constituent Power by Yaniv Roznai :: SSRN

In the era of populism and democratic backsliding, more and more political actors have been using formal amendment procedures to undermine constitutionalism. Su
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Parliamentary Studies: Studying Parliaments, Improving Parliaments by Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov :: SSRN

This editorial introduces issue 4 of the International Journal of Parliamentary Studies, and offers some thoughts on the field of parliamentary studies. This is
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Algorithms, Rule of Law, and the Future of Justice: Implications in the Estonian Justice System by Cantero Gamito Marta, Giulia Gentile :: SSRN

This policy brief outlines the prospects, challenges, and potential directions for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the judiciary, using Estonia as a
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A Critical Review of the Law of Ecocide by Rachel Killean, Damien Short :: SSRN

This paper reviews key definitions of ecocide that have emerged since the 1970s, from Richard A Falk’s early draft International Convention on the Crime of Ecoc
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Law by Design Obligations:The Future of Regulating Digital Technologies in Europe? by Christian Djeffal :: SSRN

Law by design obligations represent a dynamic and emerging regulatory approach increasingly prominent in European digital technology regulation. Originating in
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Separate Opinions in International Courts and Tribunals by Jeffrey L. Dunoff, Mark A. Pollack :: SSRN

Separate opinions are common across many international courts and tribunals, yet their great variety and their impacts on judicial independence, judicial legiti
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Tracing the Footprints of International Law Ideas: A Scientometric Analysis by Niccolò Ridi, Thomas Schultz :: SSRN

This article examines the integral role of scholarship in shaping international law, challenging the conventional view that relegates academic discourse to a su
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The Legal Construction of and Legislative Issues Concerning Tourist Taxes: A Comparative Law Case Study by Bogumil Pahl, Mariusz Popławski, Michal Radvan, Anna Vartašova :: SSRN

The purpose of this study is to describe the legal construction of and problems related to legislative issues concerning tourist taxes. It is based on analysis
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Cultural Heritage and International Law: An Interview with Catharine Titi by Catharine Titi :: SSRN

In this interview by ELSA (the European Law Students Association at Athens), the author discusses the legal framework applicable to the repatriation of cultural
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Data Brokers and European Digital Legislation by Hannah Ruschemeier :: SSRN

Targeted advertising, dark patterns and omnipresent data collection as the primary business model of the global online world have been the subject of an ongoing
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Introduction: A New Handbook for Comparative Law in a Global Context by Mathias Siems, Po Jen Yap :: SSRN

This chapter introduces the aims and scope of this handbook. In this handbook, we seek to showcase the diverse perspectives offered by contributors from all ove
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La sanction d’un magistrat pour avoir publié des messages sur les réseaux viole la CEDH, Strada lex, 24/04/... - Strada lex Europe

La Cour européenne des droits de l’homme s’est prononcée le 20 février 2024 en matière de droit à la liberté d’expression. Contexte En 2019, un magistrat (le requérant) exerçant en Roumanie publi
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The French law on the regulation of games including NFT is promulgated: Place your bets

We have been talking about it since last year: the bill to secure and regulate the digital space ("SREN") has now been passed. The legislative…
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Attentive Reading: A South African Example of Law in Context by Kris Franklin, Sarah Chinn :: SSRN

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court just shot holes through the United States Supreme Court’s revanchist reading of precedent and history in to support overturning R
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European e-Justice Portal - Types of legal professions - France (updated notice 2024)

Information on the organisation of legal professions at EU and national level
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Vers une slow translation ? Ralentir pour mieux traduire

La technologie continue à rapetisser le monde, accélérer le temps, qui semble aller chaque jour un peu plus vite.Luc Julia La révolution numérique apparaît de plus en plus comme un élément de rupture de notre civilisation et constitue un sujet de préoccupation important pour de nombreux métiers. Or, si certaines problématiques liées à ce phénomène historique sont régulièrement abordées, il est un aspect rarement évoqué : l’accélération, pourtant inhérente à l’automatisation de la société
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The Supreme Court, Article III, and Jurisdiction Stuffing by James E. Pfander :: SSRN

Reflecting on the state of the federal judiciary in the aftermath of the Biden Commission report and subsequent controversies, this Article identifies problems
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