Czech Law between Europeanization and Globalization
Distributed for Karolinum Press, Charles University
In 2005 the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic granted to the Charles University Law Faculty funds to research developments in Czech law from the last twenty years. Their findings were compiled into a four-volume collection entitled New Phenomena in Law at the Beginning of the 21st Century.
In Czech Law Between Europeanization and Globalization, editor Michal Tomášek features those selections from the original monograph that are most relevant to an international audience. Translated into English, the texts in this collection are divided into four sections: Historical Impulses for the Development of Law, Theoretical and Constitutional Impulses for the Development of Law, Transformation of Public Law, and Transformation of Private Law. Accompanying each section are extensive bibliographies to help those unfamiliar with the Czech legal system.
A major contribution from many of the leading Czech legal scholars, Czech Law Between Europeanization and Globalization provides necessary background to all who study comparative, European, and international law.
1. Historical Impulses for the Development of Law
2. Theoretical and Constitutional Impulses for the Development of Law
3. Transformation of Public Law
4. Transformation of Private Law