Transplanting International Law
Chapter 2: International legal transplants
Chapter 2 explains the comparative law of legal transplants, particularly international examples and how these have developed in relation to domestic law. It considers their potential with reference to comparative legal theory. The development of this theory is explained and critiqued before the relevance to international law, particularly international environmental law, is analysed. Examples of vertical and horizontal transplants are given to illustrate the range of situations where laws have been adopted from one situation and applied to another, with a particular focus on contextual constraints. The institutional application of legal transplants is also considered, for organisations able to transplant international law to the Third Pole.
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