Comparative Law

Outline & Readings

First Readings

1.A French Statute (in French and in English Translation)

2.A Photograph (Nice, France, August 2016)

3.A French Judgment (in French and in English Translation

4.Foucault & Borges on "Thinking That"

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

6.ANote on Glocalization (Starbucks in Europe, New York Times, March 2012)

7.Posner

8.Jackson

9.Bodum v. La Cafetiere (2010)

10.Proof of Foreign Law

11. Animal Science Products v. Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical (2018)


12.Borges on Averroës

13.Heidegger on Language

14.Badiou

15.Steiner

16.Shweder

17.Oba

18. Glenn

     Cover

     Page Facing "Contents"

19.Fresh Start?

20.Whitman on Glenn

(A Note on Invention)

21.Zweigert and Kötz

     Excerpts

     Full Text

22.Gordley, Bogdan, Law, Jackson

23.Frankenberg

24.Fletcher

25.Hill

26.Millns

27.Teitel

28.Hyland

29.Glanert


30.“Paradoxically, Derrida…” (Excerpt)

31.Heidegger (in Clark)

32.Heidegger (Excerpts) & Acosta

33.Gadamer (in Clark)

34.Gadamer: Excerpts

35.Derrida: Biographical Note

36.L'Etranger/Die Verwandlung

37.Glanert and Legrand on Translation

38.Siting Foreign Law

39.Tracing the French Statute


40.Tracing the French Statute (Detail)

41.Derrida: Excerpts


42."Comparative Legal Studies…” (Excerpt)

43.Comparative Law (in Clark)

44.Whitman

45.Gordley

46.Donnelly

47.Goodale

48.Abu-Lughod

49.Frankenberg on Human Rights

50.McLoughlin v. O’Brian

51.Attia v. British Gas

52.Tort Law

53.European Legal Systems Are Not Converging

54.Teubner


55.Niglia

56.Michaels

57.Pistor

58.Spamann

59.Econocentrism

60.Merry & Wood

61.What Is That, To Read Foreign Law?


62.Comparative Law As Self-Fashioning

63.Negative Comparative Law

64.Translation and Endurance of Self

65.Third Space

66.Understanding Understanding

67.Singularity

68.Difference

69."Transplants"


Past Final Examinations