The Judicial Process in Comparative Perspective
This book is the first application of the comparative method to the analysis of both the basic features of judicial process and their evolution and profound transformation in Europe and America. Cappelletti discusses the challenges facing the courts of justice and other adjudicatory agencies, and evaluates the solutions adopted by contemporary legal systems.
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THE LAWMAKING POWER OF THE JUDGES
THEREVOLT AGAINST FORMALISM
B The Crisis of Big Government and the Rise of
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