Do Judicial Styles Correspond to National Traditions

@inproceedings{Halpern2015DoJS,
  title={Do Judicial Styles Correspond to National Traditions},
  author={J Halper{\'i}n},
  year={2015}
}
Since the 1970s, research in comparative law has been devoted to the study of judicial styles in Europe. These works are not always connected with the new historical inquiries about the reasons (or the disappearance of published reasons) in judgments since the Middle Ages. The French case is characterized by a clear break: the law of August 16-24, 1790 dictates how judgments are written. Such a situation leads one to question continuities and discontinuities in the transmission of judicial… CONTINUE READING