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Units : Perelman Center for legal philosophy | ULB055
This research program aims at studying the phenomenon of judicial globalization. Judges have more and more often to deal with international cases with extra-territorial impact. More judicial remedies, both national and international, are available for the victims. Taking into account these elements, the program aims at identifying the characteristics and at understanding this key phenomenon of the globalization of law. It focuses on the study of « global cases-law » as well as on the dialogue between the judges and other cross-fertilization processes.
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