COMPARATIVE LAW: Method, Science or Educational Discipline?

Djalil I. Kiekbaev (Bashkir State University)

The article represents an attempt to contemplate one of the major methodological issues in contemporary juridical science - the debate on the nature of comparative law, which is presented in three opposite aspects: whether comparative law is a scientific method, or an autonomous science or a purely educational discipline. The author highlights the role of comparative law as an independent branch of juridical science in the processes of European integration and globalization.

Cite as: Djalil Kiekbaev, Comparative Law: Method, Science or Educational Discipline?, vol 7.3 ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW, (September 2003), <http://www.ejcl.org/73/art73-2.html>

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