2 edition of From legal transplants to transformative justice found in the catalog.
From legal transplants to transformative justice
by Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning, Emory University in Atlanta, Ga
Written in English
|Series||Halle Institute occasional paper|
|Contributions||Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning., Identities and Institutions in a Changing Europe (1998 : Emory University)|
|LC Classifications||JC571 .M4444 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||00272585|
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The good ends served by organ transplantation as the preferred treatment option for terminal organ failure is well-known. The ethico-legal controversy often centres on the means to procure sufficient organs for transplant.
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These characteristics also reflect the more ‘facilitative’ nature of mediation as described in the code. Given the time and delays hampering legal reform, ADR is a way to guarantee access to justice, attract foreign capital and possibly avoid critiques of neocolonialism, as legal transplants often do (Nader,cited by Greco, ).
In this sense, ADR and mediation can actually be used to serve those who want to escape justice to advance their own interests through a process that does not rely on legal norms, but allows on bargaining that can easily favour the stronger parties (Burton, Dukes, ). This attitude is particularly evident in the case of legal transplants.
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Negotiating Legal Reform through Reception of Law: The Missing Role of Mixed Legal Transplants Kien TRAN, Nam Ho PHAM, Quynh-Anh Lu NGUYEN Published online by Cambridge University Press: 12 Novemberpp. 1. Introduction Development is a story about human history in which a certain number of societies have, over time, achieved the most perfect forms of social, legal, political and economic organization which could reasonably have been achieved by now, but which other societies have not yet achieved.Justice Carlos Bernal Pulido (Constitutional Court of Colombia) Proportionality is one of the most successful legal transplants.
However, there is disagreement on whether there is any justification for the migration of proportionality across jurisdictions. Existing literature justifies this migration as a matter of conceptual necessity.