Globalization is an essential ingredient for the world to move forward, and while numerous other factors are playing its part in making it possible, comparative law is also a significant aspect of globalization today. In legal terms, it is a comparative law that is helping the countries to make economic, social, cultural, defense, and materialize any other kind of transactions with ease, and without any legal hassles.
It is important for the countries to have a common platform on which the countries can make arguments, discussions and carry out transactions, without having to overlap the legislation of their respective countries. The comparative law makes it possible, and also ensures that the countries with dictatorship or fascist regime can get out of their violence-stricken government and move forward to peaceful democratic politics with ease. It is the need of the hour in many countries in the Middle East today, and many legal analysts are propagating the use of comparative law to make it possible.
Comparative law studies the loopholes, differences, similarities and other common factors present in different legal systems across the world, which includes Cannon Law, Islamic Law, Socialist Law, Hindu Law, Chinese Law, Jewish Law and Civic Law. Studying different systems helps in knowing how the common platform for international collaboration or partnership can be created without any legal hassles to surface. More Articles on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Sujit Choudhry, I.Michael Heyman Professor at Berkeley Law College and co-founder of Center for Constitutional Transition, is one of the most prominent names in the area of comparative law, related articles on crunchbase.com. Sujit Choudhry has spoken in many countries globally on comparative law and is working on many different research projects currently as well.
Sujit Choudhry has written over 90 book chapters, articles, reviews, reports, and papers on comparative law, which are globally referenced by students as well as the professors for its great insights and value it brings to the table. Sujit Choudry has written many books on the subject of comparative law, including The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, hop over to constitutionaltrnsitions.org, for additional articles. The Oxford Handbook for the Indian Constitution, and more. Sujit Choudhry is also a consultant member of the World Bank Institute and United Nations Media Roster. Source: en.wikipedia.org.
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