Civil Procedure in Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Eurasia Context
Posted: 1 Jul 2013
Last revised: 20 Aug 2013
Date Written: September 18, 2012
The Idea of the book is to discuss the evolution of civil procedure in different societies, not only in the well-known civil or common law systems, but also in different countries of Eurasia, Asia, etc. Civil procedure in Europe and North America is a subject of enormous scientific and practical importance. We know a lot about these systems. But we do not know enough about civil procedure in the rest of the world. How does it work and what are the main principles? Culture is one of the main factors that makes civil procedure of these countries different. Therefore it is necessary to discuss the main links between different systems of civil procedure. The discussion was held on the basis of National reports from 24 countries.
Keywords: civil procedure, legal culture
Storme, Marcel and Treushnikov, Michael and Gilles, Peter and Chase, Oscar G. and Varano, Vincenzo and Simoni, Alessandro and Andrews, Neil H. and Cohen, Jerome and Bocharova, Nataliya and Shamlikashvili, Tsisana and Menkel-Meadow, Carrie and Uzelac, Alan and Koller, Christian and Wambier, Teresa and Fu, Yulin and Chan, David and Chan, Peter CH and Kengyel, Miklós and Silvestri, Elisabetta and van Rhee, Cornelis Hendrik and Backer, Inge and Nokhrin, Dmitry Heroldovich and Marcus, Richard and Maleshin, Dmitry and Bamford, David and Woo, Margaret and Besso, Chiara and Harsági, Viktória and Vacarelu, Serban and Van Loggerenberg, Danie and Boraine, Andre and Ozsunay, Murat and Thomas, Jeffrey E. and Yarkov, Vladimir and Saliev, Azamat and Blazheev, Viktor and Galic, Ales and Vaycheslav, Komarov and Walker, Janet and Waye, Vicki C. and Morabito, Vince and Pellegrini Grinover, Ada and Voet, Stefaan and Kalajdzic, Jasminka and Mulheron, Rachael and van Lith, Helene and Tumanov, Dmitry and Lindblom, Per and Sukhanov, Eugeny and Musin, Valery and Carpi, Federico, Civil Procedure in Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Eurasia Context (September 18, 2012). IAPL World Conference on Civil Procedure, September 18-21, Moscow, Russia: Conference Book/Edited by Dmitry Maleshin; International Association of Procedural Law, Moscow, 2012; UC Irvine School of Law Research Paper No. 2013-119; University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 25/2013. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2280682