Ius Comparatum - Global Studies in Comparative Law, 2214-6881 ; 46.
This book discusses legal education in multicultural classes. Comparative law education is now widespread throughout the world, and there is a growing trend in developed countries toward teaching global law. Providing theoretical answers on how to describe each legal culture and tradition side-by-side, it also explores educational methodological options to address these aspects without causing offence or provoking tension within a multicultural student community. The book examines nine countries on three continents, bringing together academic views and educational insights from ten scholars in the field of comparative law.
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PART I: The General Report Comparative Law and Multicultural Legal Classes: Challenge or Opportunity? PART II: National Reports Comparative Law and Multicultural Classes: A Japanese Example Brazilian Experience on Comparative Law: Much to Do and Multicultural Legal Classes as an Opportunity Comparative Law and Multicultural Legal Classes in Italy: Challenge or Opportunity? The Multicultural Classroom as a Comparative Law Site: A United Kingdom Report Comparative Law and Multicultural Legal Classes in Singapore: An Opportunity for Enhanced Understanding Redressing Romanian Legal Education (in Comparative Garments) Diverse Legal Classes and Cultures: Challenges and Opportunities; A Danish Report Comparative Law and Multicultural Legal Classes: Challenge or Opportunity? A Legal-historical Account from Germany Turning Challenges in Opportunities: Reflections on Teaching Comparative Law in Multicultural Classes.
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