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Jewish law, World law, Public international law, Binding nature of treaties, Maimonides, Commercial customs, Secular laws
This paper will explore two basic Jewish law questions which reflect on the technical issues related to Professor Berman's world law proposal. The first question asks how Jewish law views public international law and whether public international law can be incorporated into the corpus of Jewish law. The second question asks how Jewish law generally incorporates domestic (municipal) law into Jewish law and if this classical paradigm of integration assists in formulating a Jewish law view of world law. To the best of my knowledge, the first matter is a question of nearly first impression in the Jewish law literature.
Emory Law Journal
Michael J. Broyde, A Jewish Law View of World Law, 54 EMORY L.J. 79 (2005).
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