This volume provides essays on fundamental rights, on European and Italian contract law, and on the lawyer's role in contemporary society. As fundamental rights are the same principles upon which rests the entire EU law, encoded in many written national constitutions or statute laws, they pervade all legal relations, including relations governed by private law. Furthermore, they invest contract law as well, i.e. the ancient realm of freedom, particularly freedom of contract, involving jurists of every profession: legislators, judges, lawyers, and academic professors.This volume provides essays on fundamental rights, on European and Italian contract law, and on the lawyera#39;s role in contemporary society.
|Title||:||Competition of Legal Systems and Harmonization of European Private Law|
|Publisher||:||Sellier European Law Pub - 2013|