Comparative Law

Outline & Readings

First Readings

Preliminaries

Thinking That

A French Statute (in French and in English Translation)

A Photograph (Nice, France, August 2016)

A French Judgment (in French and in English Translation)

Truth? A Cartoon (New Zealand Herald, January 2011)

A Note on Glocalization

1.Posner

2.Jackson

3.Borges on Averroës

4.Heidegger on Language

5.Badiou

6.Steiner

7.Shweder

8.Oba

9. Glenn Cover

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10.Fresh Start?

11.Whitman on Glenn

12.Zweigert and Kötz: Excerpts

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13.Gordley, Bogdan, Law, Jackson

14.Frankenberg

15.Fletcher

16.Hill

17.Millns

18.Teitel

19.Hyland

20.Glanert

21.Descartes: Excerpt from “Paradoxically, Derrida…"

22.Heidegger (in Clark)

23.Heidegger & Acosta: Excerpts

24.Gadamer (in Clark)

25.Gadamer: Excerpts

26.Derrida: Biographical Note

27.L'Etranger/Die Verwandlung

28.Glanert and Legrand on Translation

29.Siting Foreign Law

30.Tracing the French Statute

31.Tracing the French Statute (Detail)

32.Derrida: Excerpts

33.Culture: Excerpt from "Comparative Legal Studies..."

34.Comparative Law (in Clark)

35.Whitman

36.Gordley

37.Donnelly

38.Goodale

39.Abu-Lughod

40.Frankenberg on Human Rights

41.McLoughlin v. O'Brian

42.Attia v. British Gas

43.Tort Law

44.Bodum v. La Cafetiere

45.Proof of Foreign Law

46.European Legal Systems Are Not Converging

47.Teubner

48.Niglia

49.Michaels

50.Pistor

51.Spamann

52.Econocentrism

53.Merry & Wood

54.Negative Comparative Law

55.Translation and Endurance of Self

56.Third Space

57.Understanding Understanding

58.Singularity

59.Difference

60."Transplants"


Past Final Examinations

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