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: The future of European fiscal governance: a comprehensive approach

By Marzia Romanelli, Pietro Tommasino and Emilio VadalÃ; Abstract: We review the general reasons for limiting the discretion of national fiscal policies in the context of a monetary
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The Rule of Law by Shane Chalmers :: SSRN

The aim of this chapter is two-fold: to provide an overview of the international development project’s “rule of law” agenda; and to do so in a way that shows it
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Mapping the Use of Facial Recognition in Public Spaces in Europe – Part 2: Classification by Theodore Christakis, Karine Bannelier, Claude Castelluccia, Daniel Le Métayer :: SSRN

The French DPA, CNIL, stressed that “the current debate on facial recognition is sometimes distorted by a poor grasp of this technology and how it works”. This
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Democracies in the Age of Fragmentation by Richard H. Pildes :: SSRN

Democracies throughout the West are unable to marshal wide-enough support to deliver effective government. The communications revolution is one reason why, and
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Human Rights Protection and High-Risk AI Systems: The Spanish Model in Gender-Based Violence Prevention by Elena Falletti :: SSRN

VioGén (Sistema de Seguimiento Integral en los casos de Violencia de Género) is a risk assessment software regulated by “Ley Orgánica 1/2004 de Medidas de Prote
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Mapping the Use of Facial Recognition in Public Spaces in Europe – Part 1: A Quest for Clarity: Unpicking the 'Catch-All' Term by Theodore Christakis, Karine Bannelier, Claude Castelluccia, Daniel ...

Regulating the use of facial recognition and face analysis in public spaces is undoubtedly one of the most pressing issues today when it comes to the regulation
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In Defense of Responsive Judicial Review by Rosalind Dixon :: SSRN

Responsive judicial review offers a new way of understanding the promise of judicial review as representation-reinforcing. Some scholars question its democratic
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The Rule of Law by Shane Chalmers :: SSRN

The aim of this chapter is two-fold: to provide an overview of the international development project’s “rule of law” agenda; and to do so in a way that shows it
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International Comparison of Approaches to Online Copyright Infringement: Final Report by IPO :: SSRN

This research was commissioned by the IPO in April 2014 to provide intelligence on different countries’ approaches to tackling online piracy. This forms part of
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In Defense of Responsive Judicial Review by Rosalind Dixon :: SSRN

Responsive judicial review offers a new way of understanding the promise of judicial review as representation-reinforcing. Some scholars question its democratic
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AMEDIP’s upcoming seminar: The impact of artificial intelligence on Private International Law –

The Mexican Academy of Private International and Comparative Law (AMEDIP) is holding a webinar on 26 May 2022 at 3:00 pm (Mexico City time – CDT), 10:00 pm (CEST time). The topic of the webinar is …
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A Precedent-Based Critique of Legal Positivism by Benjamin C. Zipursky, John C. P. Goldberg :: SSRN

The doctrine of vertical precedent requires that courts, except for a jurisdiction’s highest court, must follow an on-point precedent or distinguish it. Lawyers
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Does Choice of Law Matter? by Michael Douglas :: SSRN

We ought to rethink how we understand the conflict of laws in Australia with respect to forum statutes. This is an important issue: the proper treatment of ambi
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The Rule of Law in Judicial Review Today by Mark Mancini :: SSRN

In the Supreme Court's renewal of the standards of judicial review in Vavilov, it held that the legislature can stipulate the standard of review within the limi
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Sources of Law in Continental Analytical Jurisprudence by Mathieu Carpentier, Torben Spaak :: SSRN

Article particulièrement bien documenté sur les sources du droit, mises en perspectives historiques et comparatistes entre la Common Law et le droit continental.

Carpentier, Mathieu and Spaak, Torben, Sources of Law in Continental Analytical Jurisprudence (March 16, 2022). Forthcoming in L. Burazin, M.S. Green & G. Pino (eds.), Jurisprudence in the Mirror (Oxford University Press), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4059278

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Introducing Independence to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court by Simon Chin :: SSRN

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), which reviews government applications to conduct surveillance for foreign intelligence purposes, is an anoma
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Gaming Certiorari by Aaron L. Nielson, Paul J. Stancil :: SSRN

Just how “supreme” is the Supreme Court? By most accounts, the Supreme Court sits atop of the nation’s judicial hierarchy and—at least among judges—has the last
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The Constitutional Injunction and Jurisdictional Error by Jonathan Tjandra :: SSRN

This Article argues that the injunction in s 75(v) of the Constitution available to restrain government action that is unlawful but does not amount to jurisdict
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Facebook v. Bundeskartellamt – May European Competition Agencies Apply the GDPR? by Anne Witt :: SSRN

The relationship between privacy and competition law is complex and contentious. May or should compe- tition agencies consider business conduct’s negative impac
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The Politics of Constitutional Rights by Adam Chilton, Mila Versteeg :: SSRN

Since World War II, the median number of rights enshrined in national constitutions has more than doubled. Because scholars have largely cheered on this develop
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Is Roe the New Miranda? by Xiao Wang :: SSRN

Roe v. Wade and Miranda v. Arizona are among the most notable decisions handed down by the Supreme Court. Issued less than a decade apart, these two opinions ar
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A World Without Roe: The Constitutional Future of Unwanted Pregnancy by Julie C. Suk :: SSRN

With the erosion and potential demise of Roe v. Wade, the survival of abortion access in America will depend on new legal paths. In the moment that the law has
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The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Navigating Aggression's Fragmented Justice Landscape by Gregory S. Gordon, Giovanni Chiarini :: SSRN

In this essay, we examine the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor’s preliminary examination of war crimes and crimes against humanity related to Russi
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How Culture Impacts Courtrooms: An Empirical Study of Alienation and Detachment in the Cook County Court System by Maria Hawilo, Kat Albrecht, Thomas F. Geraghty, Meredith Rountree :: SSRN

Courtrooms operate as unique microcosms—inhabited by courtroom personnel, legal actors, defendants, witnesses, family members, and community residents who neces
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How Was the 'Rule of Law' Dismantled in Poland and What Does It Mean for the EU? by Barbara Grabowska-Moroz :: SSRN

The paper analyses how the rule of law backsliding in Poland led to the decision of the Polish CT of 7 October 2021 (K 3/21). First of all, in post-2015 Poland
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