Conflict of Laws: Foundations and Future Directions ePub download
by Lea Brilmayer
- ISBN: 0316108448
- ISBN13: 978-0316108447
- ePub: 1810 kb | FB2: 1648 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Legal Theory & Systems
- Publisher: Little Brown & Co; 4th edition (December 1, 1990)
- Pages: 240
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 219
- Format: lrf lit txt mobi
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Lea Brilmayer is the Howard M. Holtzmann Professor of International Law at Yale Law School. Conflict of Laws: Foundation and Future Directions, 1995. American Hegemony: Political Morality in a One Superpower World, 1994. Justifying International Acts, 1989. In addition to teaching Contracts to first-year students, she also teaches Conflict of Laws and International Courts and Tribunals, as well as seminars on the laws of war and on African current affairs.
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Roberta "Lea" Brilmayer (born 1950) is an American legal scholar
Roberta "Lea" Brilmayer (born 1950) is an American legal scholar. She is the Howard M. Holtzmann Professor of International Law at Yale Law School and an expert in conflict of laws, personal jurisdiction, and international law. Brilmayer received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from University of California, Berkeley. After beginning graduate studies in mathematics, she switched to law, graduating with a JD from UC Berkeley School of Law and an LLM from Columbia Law School.
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The law of the conflict of laws pertains to the resolution of problems resulting from such diversity of courts and . Conflicts law must address three principal questions
The law of the conflict of laws pertains to the resolution of problems resulting from such diversity of courts and law. Defining conflict of laws. Each country’s legal system reflects its society’s values. As a result, national laws and the structure of domestic judicial systems vary considerably from country to country. Conflicts law must address three principal questions. First, when a legal problem touches upon more than one country, it must be determined which court has jurisdiction to adjudicate the matter.
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