Comparative Reasoning in European Supreme Courts by Michal Bobek PDF

By Michal Bobek

The final 20 years have witnessed an exponential development in debates at the use of international legislations through courts. diversified labels were connected to an analogous phenomenon: judges drawing thought from open air in their nationwide criminal structures for fixing only family disputes. by way of doing so, the judges are stated to have interaction in cross-border judicial dialogues. they're making a better, transnational group of judges.

This e-book places related claims to check in terms of maximum nationwide jurisdictions (supreme and constitutional courts) in Europe this present day. How usually and why do judges decide to draw notion from international fabrics in fixing family situations? The e-book addresses those questions from either an empirical and a theoretical perspective. Empirically, the true use of comparative arguments by way of nationwide optimum courts in 5 eu jurisdictions is tested: England and Wales, France, Germany, the Czech
Republic, and Slovakia. at the foundation of comparative dialogue of the perform and its nationwide theoretical underpinning in those and partly additionally in different ecu platforms, an overreaching theoretical framework for the present judicial use of comparative arguments is developed.

Drawing at the author's personal previous judicial event in a countrywide splendid court docket, this e-book is a serious account of judicial engagement with international authority in Europe this day. The sober center flooring inductively conceptualized and offered during this e-book offers sturdy jurisprudential foundations for the continuing use of comparative arguments via courts in addition to its extra scholarly discussion.

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