The Image of European Union Law in Bilateral Relations

Sharon Pardo, Lior Zemer

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The impact of foreign law on the development of national laws has been analyzed and vindicated in numerous studies in comparative legal literature. These studies typically focus on the two most prominent legal systems--common law (the Anglo-American system) and civil law (the Continental system). The historical reasons for this are clear, emanating from the fact that the world's legal systems are based on these legal regimes and are amended in the spirit of changes made to them. Over the years, however, with the many effects of legal and economic globalization, legal systems have become a diverse mosaic which has appropriated doctrines and interpretations on legal issues drawn from various other legal traditions.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)147-206
JournalVanderbilt journal of transnational law
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 2021


  • Commercial treaties
  • Comparative analysis
  • Economic development
  • International economic relations
  • Laws
  • Political aspects
  • Political culture
  • Research
  • regulations and rules


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