International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 4 - Issue 2 (2) | PP: 82 - 92 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/LCJS2023.4.2.2
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What is Comparative Law

Marwa Kamal Abduljawad
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
20/1/2023 13/3/2023 22/4/2023 16/8/2023
Abstract
The study aims to clarify the role of comparative law in the history of formation of national legislation. It identifies challenges in comparative legal studies and demonstrates the value of comparative legal education in Arab law schools. In a world of rapid legal accidents and renewed legal interactions, the science of law is dynamic and developing. Legal cultures are diverse and intersecting in some regions while diverging in others. Comparative law has played a leading role as a tool of legal knowledge and science aimed at developing legal legislation rules and legal convergence in international relations - between States and individuals alike- and closing their legal gaps in a world where globalization has made the world as a small global village, where legal cultures compete to prevail and impose themselves on legal dealings and conduct. Comparative law is as old as the science of law itself. It was found that the comparative law epistemology has aided in the advancement of legal science as well as the future growth and development of legal education. The need for comparative law teaching in Arab universities has become inevitable.


How To Cite This Article
Abduljawad , M. K. (2023). What is Comparative Law. International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies, 4 (2), 82-92, https://doi.org/10.31559/LCJS2023.4.2.2

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