Why did you decide to study comparative Jurisprudence
after finishing your philosophy studies in the faculty of arts?
Ahmed Yousif Al-Draiweesh has been nominated for Tamgha-e- Imtiaz which is granted for his untiring efforts in the field of education especially comparative jurisprudence
Abdulaziz Al-Fozan, professor of comparative jurisprudence
at the Higher Judicial Institute and board member of the Human Rights Commission, said a series of Islamic transactions are gaining acceptance in the Western countries, especially after the global financial crisis witnessed in 2008.
A specialist in comparative jurisprudence
, he provides consultancy to a number of corporations and scholarly groups.
The symposium came out with a number of recommendations that included, stressing the importance of studying the comparative jurisprudence
The seminar was led by Dr Muhammad Abdul Rahman Duwaini, professor of comparative jurisprudence
at DJI, and was attended by representatives of Dubai Charity Establishment for Women and Children, Sharjah Faculty of Law, Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai, Dubai Police General Headquarters, Knowledge and Human Development Authority-Dubai, and Um Al Moumineen in Hatta.
He has a Bachelor degree in Law and Economics from Cairo University, a Masters degree in Comparative Jurisprudence
from the International Institute of Comparative Law at the New York University and a Ph.
Pascal Mang holds a PhD in Law from the University of Zurich as well as a Master of Comparative Jurisprudence
from New York University and is admitted to the bar in Switzerland.
Against this backdrop, we seek to understand Justice Breyer's comparative jurisprudence
of engaging in dialogue "with comparative jurisprudence
in order to
In 1980, he earned a Master of Comparative Jurisprudence
from New York University, New York.
As Sujit Choudhry writes, "Constitutional interpretation across the globe is taking on an increasingly cosmopolitan character, as comparative jurisprudence
comes to assume a central place in constitutional adjudication.