Mexico and Its Legal System: Lawyers’ Essays on the Continuing Evolution

    Mexico and Its Legal System:  Lawyers’ Essays on the Continuing Evolution

    Mexico and Its Legal System: Lawyers’ Essays on the Continuing Evolution

    Co-published by
    ABA Section of International Law and
    Carolina Academic Press

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    Mexico and Its Legal Systems: Lawyers’ Essays on the Continuing Evolution provides concrete practice-oriented insight into key topics of Mexican law, including, federalism, civil procedure, dispute resolution, immigration, foreign investment, and land ownership.

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    This book provides concrete practice-oriented insight into key topics of Mexican law, including, federalism, civil procedure, dispute resolution, immigration, foreign investment, and land ownership. Concurrently, it explores how the law approaches gender equality, assures fair and transparent elections, and shapes the role of the legal profession. Together, the work’s nine essays introduced with a foreword by Mexican constitutional scholar and historian Manuel González Oropeza, spotlight fundamental aspects of Mexico’s legal system, often inadequately appreciated both within and outside Mexico. They highlight developments that directly confront social demands for enhanced rule of law and access to justice, as well as the continuing challenges of conforming legal institutions to needs of contemporary society.

    The book is a rich resource for practicing lawyers and business people dealing with Mexico but also speaks broadly on the fundamental rule of law and law reform aspirations of the American Bar Association and its members. It affords insight into current political and economic developments on both sides of the border shared by Mexico and the United States. The work is an extraordinary tool for students of law, political science and sociology, who seek to approach Mexican law through concurrent legal and sociological perspectives.

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    Product Details

    Sponsor Groups

    Section of International Law

    Publisher

    ABA Publishing , Carolina Academic Press

    ISBN

    9781531009984

    Page Count

    220

    Product Code

    5210304

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