Tag Archives: comparative law

Now on SSRN: the Dean Rusk International Law Center Paper Series

Interested in the latest scholarly research emerging from the field of international law? Continuing a decades-old tradition by which the Dean Rusk International Law Center functions as Georgia Law’s nucleus of global research, education, and service, the center this year … Continue reading

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New Book: Apples and Oranges?

The new book Comparing Tort and Crime: Learning From Across and Within Legal Systems focuses on the commonalities and difficulties in how legal systems manage the border between tort and crime. What is the purpose of tort law and criminal … Continue reading

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Remembering the First World War

One hundred years ago today, on July 28, 2014, Austria-Hungary fired the first shots in preparation for its invasion of Serbia. Only a week later, Germany, Russia, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Britain were also all at war.  Eventually countries from all … Continue reading

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