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Legal Scholarship in International and Comparative Law

Thomas Groß

The volume contains the contributions to the Gießen-Warwick-Lodz-Colloquium 2002 honouring the 65th birthday of Professor Dr. Günter Weick. Scholars from the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland and Russia deal with contemporary and historical aspects of international and comparative law, covering the fields of civil law, labour law, criminal procedure and constitutional law.
Contents: Geoffrey Wilson: Comparative Law and the Past – Wolfgang Schur: Some Problems of European Legal Methodology – John McEldowney: Change, Culture and the Future: Public Law in Transition – Heinhard Steiger: Remarks Concerning the Normative Structure of a Modern World Order in a Historical Perspective – Alan Neal: Danger - Men at Work: Labour Law in a Comparative Perspective – Malgorzata Pyziak-Szafnicka: Aufrechnung in rechtsvergleichender Sicht (English Summary) – Sharon Cowan: Sexual Identity and Law - Sex or Gender? – Andreas Müglich: Contract Law and the Inclusion of Terms and Conditions in the Case of Trading via Commercial Internet Platforms – Kamil Arslanow: Conclusion of Contracts on the Basis of Use of Electronic Commerce. Some Comparative Legal Problems of the Russian Legislation – Loveday Hodson: The European Court of Human Rights: Which Way Next? – Brun-Otto Bryde: The Internationalization of Constitutional Law – Regina Rauxloh: Common Sense v. Legal Expertise. A Case Study of Comparative Analysis of Lay Participation in the former GDR and the FRG – Martina Schulz: Tort Law and International Jurisdiction under European Law. Recent Developments in England – Günter Weick: Conclusion.