Publication year: 2021
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This book examines whether a distinctly Nordic procedural or court culture exists and what the hallmarks of that culture are. Do Nordic courts and court proceedings share a distinct set of ideas and values that in combination constitute the core of a regional legal culture? How do Europeanisation, privatisation, diversification and digitisation influence courts and court proceedings in the Nordic countries? The book traces the genesis and formation of Nordic courts and justice systems to provide a richer comprehension of contemporary Nordic legal culture, and an understanding of the relationship between legal cultural stability and change. In answering these questions, the book provides models for conceptualising procedural culture.
Subject: Law and Criminology, International & Foreign Law, Private International Law, Comparative Law, Court Proceedings, Court Culture, Litigation Culture, Nordic Countries, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Globalization of Law, Europeanization of Law, Privatization of Dispute Resolution, Procedural Law, Comparative Law, European Law, European Culture