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Comparative Law
Mixes, Movements, and Metaphors





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Published December 5, 2019 by Routledge
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This book discusses a number of important themes in comparative law: legal metaphors and methodology, the movements of legal ideas and institutions and the mixity they produce, and marriage, an area of law in which culture – or clashes of legal and public cultures – may be particularly evident. In a mix of methodological and empirical investigations divided by these themes, the work offers expanded analyses and a unique cross-section of materials that is on the cutting edge of comparative law scholarship. It presents an innovative approach to legal pluralism, the study of mixed jurisdictions, and language and the law, with the use of metaphors not as an illustration but as a core element of comparative methodology.

Table of Contents

Of Mixes, Movements, and Metaphors: Esin Örücü’s Critical Comparative Law



Seán Patrick Donlan and Jane Mair





Island, Intersection, or In-Between? Legal Hybridity and Diffusion in the Seychellois Legal Tradition, c1715-1950



Seán Patrick Donlan and Mathilda Twomey, CJ





Legislating for customary land tenure: a comparative query



Sue Farran





Fairness and diversity in the South African law of contract



Jacques du Plessis





On Kites and Ships: Climate Changes in Comparative Law and Judicial Navigation



Werner Menski





On Lifelong and Fixed-term Marriage: a Study in Estrangement



Jan M. Smits





What is the role of norms and values in the reception of law?



Richard de Mulder and Helen Gubby





The Influence of the trias politica of Montesquieu on the first Dutch Constitution



Emese von Bóné





A Legal Transplant: French Law in Dutch Shallow Waters



Tammo Wallinga





The Rule of Law in Turkey: Two Steps Forward One Step Back



Mustafa Koçak





The Method of Comparative Law reconsidered in the light of Legal Epistemology and the Reception of Roman law



Laurens Winkel





Hybrid Law and Culinary Metaphor – Empty Coquetting or Something Else?



Jaakko Husa

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Biography

Seán Patrick Donlan is the Associate Dean of the Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia, Canada.



Jane Mair holds the position of Professor of Private Law at the University of Glasgow, UK.



 

Reviews

'This book should be on the shelf of every serious comparative law lawyer. It pays homage to a great scholar, Esin Örücü, and her interdisciplinary approaches to comparative law. Law is on the move and there is nothing we can do to stop it; we need to embrace it. The contributions in this collection reopens old debates and conceive new ones but the end message is united; law is a messy affair and there is no one size fits all.'

Christa Rautenbach, Faculty of Law, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa