Latest blog articles by Agustin Parise

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    Comparative Law and the multicultural classroom

    23 March 2020
    Comparative law and multiculturalism can evolve together in the classroom at schools of law and result in a fruitful combination. Their interplay should be encouraged.
  • Pursuing a global context for ownership paradigms

    1 November 2019
    Legislative enactments and court decisions, together with social-historical events, provide the causal mechanisms that enable scholars to trace the evolution of ownership paradigms in different jurisdictions. In addition, shifts in ownership paradigms result from the circulation and flow of legal ideas. The circulation and flow ultimately help to identify foreign and vernacular creations.
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    The role of students and tutors in academic legal research

    27 November 2018
    Dowsing is the ability to detect the source of things. Dowsing for a source of legal ideas must start at an early stage in academic life, when students write their first legal papers. This ability is mastered if students and tutors interact in the process of developing academic legal research skills. Teamwork is indeed an enriching and fundamental aspect for the development of legal science.
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    Contextualizing Brexit

    4 May 2018
    The European Union (EU) faces challenges after the results of the United Kingdom (UK) European Union membership referendum that was held on June 23, 2016. Yet, Brexit is not the first challenge faced by the EU. Three points invite for reflection on Brexit and the future of the EU.
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