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A Relational Feminist Approach to Conflict of Laws

@article{Banu2017ARF,
  title={A Relational Feminist Approach to Conflict of Laws},
  author={Roxana Banu},
  journal={Michigan journal of gender \& law},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={1-52}
}
  • Roxana Banu
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Michigan journal of gender & law
Feminist writers have long engaged in critiques of private law. Surrogacy contracts or the “reasonable man” standard in torts, for example, have long been the subjects of thorough feminist analysis and critique. When private law issues touch on more than one jurisdiction, Conflict of Laws is the doctrine that determines which jurisdiction can try the case and—as separate questions—which jurisdiction’s law should apply and under what conditions a foreign judgment can be recognized and enforced… Expand
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