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blenderlaw August 14, 2007

Posted by Bradley in : Uncategorized , trackback

The core of Blenderlaw relates to the theory and practice of harmonisation of law and practice through formal and informal channels, through the actions of domestic legislators and regulators as well as of supranational organisations. In addition, non-governmental organisations contribute to harmonisation by lobbying, and by developing codes of practice and standard form contracts. In particular this weblog will focus on the blending of financial and corporate law. The term blenderlaw is also a critical term, reflecting some scepticism about the value of legal harmonisation projects.

This weblog also hosts material relating to my classes at the University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables, Florida.

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