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Jorge E. Viñuales and Emma Lees

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Jorge E. Viñuales and Emma Lees

This Research Review covers the main topics and dimensions of environmental and energy law in its contemporary expression. It discusses foundational material for those interested in understanding the development of the field and conducting research on the myriad of questions raised by transitions to sustainability. Particular emphasis is placed on the systematisation of the material. The Research Review discusses articles that cover international dimensions, including principles, substantive areas of regulation and implementation techniques, as well as the European dimensions broadly understood, including EU law and other regional approaches (the UNECE) and distinguishing sector-specific and transversal regulation. It also looks at the transnational, comparative and domestic dimensions and major questions arising from selected English-speaking jurisdictions. Edited by two recognised experts in the field, this Research Review will provide a solid foundation for the study of environmental and energy law.
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John O. Haley

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Shahid Yusuf

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Shahid Yusuf

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Shahid Yusuf

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John O. Haley

As cross-border transactions expand in our contemporary global economy, the significance of comparative contract law is evermore apparent. In addition the role of lawyers in transactional counselling as well as dispute resolution has become increasingly prominent. Appreciation of the principal similarities and differences between the two major subdivisions of Common Law (the United States and the British Commonwealth) and Civil Law (French versus German law) has thus become imperative. This Research Review endeavours to facilitate such appreciation and will prove an essential reference point for students, researchers and policymakers.