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Private international law scholarship in Africa has not been widely acknowledged in international academic discourse. A principal reason for this may be the difficulty of accessing it. This paper provides a broad overview of the current state of the culture of private international law...
The European Court of Justice’s decision in Kadi & Al Barakaat has frequently been condemned as a missed opportunity for the Court to engage in a wider international debate about how states’ multiple layers of obligation relate to one another. In this paper, we compare the ECJ’s approach in this...
The Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR) is, in all but name, a draft codification of large parts of European Private Law commissioned and financed by the European Union. This Article will discuss an evaluation of the DCFR entitled A Factual Assessment of the Draft Common Core Frame of...
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