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The aim of this research program on global justice and comparative law is twofold. First, the objective of the program is to confirm the hypothesis of the convergence of domestic laws at a global level. Second, the research aims at studying - trough the comparison of the main human rights systems - the effect of the method of legal comparison, used by the main actors of global justice, on the legal interpretation and the case law. In this context, possible effects of competition between different legal orders must be assessed. More specifically, the research would carry out a comprehensive study comparing the work of the European Court of Human Rights and the United States Supreme Court.
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