Mongolia, Law Convergence, and the Third Era of Globalization
Danielle M. Conway
University of Hawaii at Manoa - William S. Richardson School of Law; University of Hawaii at Manoa - Institute of Asian-Pacific Business Law
Washington University Global Studies Law Review, Vol. 3, p. 63, 2004
There is no more difficult a task to undertake than a discussion of the maximum optimal law regime that a nation-state should adhere to in an era of globalization and law convergence. More so than ever, nation-states are either pushing for or being pushed into participating in the newest era go globalization. It is this push that is the driving force behind global law reform and, in some instances, law hegemony. A discussion of the concept of globalization and the impact that it has on law reform and the development and sustainability of the rule of law in Mongolia is presented here. Some attention must be paid to those areas of law reform research that will benefit Mongolia in the long term. Regardless of the points covered herein, in today’s global community law reform occurs mainly under the aegis of those within the internal system of government and the legal community. Therefore, law reformers in Mongolia must be sponsors of the important issues to be researched and discussed in the future so as to correspond to the will and desires of the Mongolian people.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 51Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: March 3, 2010
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