Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law is a magazine specializing in Law topics.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 3, Spring

General Principles of Law, International Due Process, and the Modern Role of Private International Law
I. THE RECURRING HYPOTHETICAL AND THE INFLUENCE OF PROFESSOR BIN CHENG II. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LAW IN THE REGULATION OF TRANSNATIONAL PRIVATE RELATIONSHIPS III. INTERNATIONAL DUE PROCESS AS A MINIMUM CORRECTIVE STANDARD IV. THE RELEVANCE OF GENERAL...
The Choice-Based Perspective of Choice-of-Law
This Article offers an innovative basis for the choice-of-law question: the Choice-Based Perspective (CBP). The main argument is that there exists an alternative rights-based understanding of choice-of-law to that which is" presently known as the "vested...
The Identities of Private International Law: Lessons from the U.S. and EU Revolutions
This article, first presented as part of a conference entitled "What is private international law? ", responds to this question through analysis of four different "identities" through which private international law has been viewed. It begins by exploring...