Law Transformation in the Context Globalisation and International, Regional Integration

Tóm tắt

Globalisation and regional integration has become typical in this contemporary context. These processes have changed the interaction between a national legal system and the international one towards the dominance of international law. At the same time, globalisation and regional integration have increasingly stimulated the proximity and interaction of national laws with other legal systems. This special context requires to establish approaches of transforming laws towards building an effective legal system for each country’s development and integration internationally and regionally.

Từ khoá

[1] Legal Transplant, transformation, incorporation, implementation.

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