Comparative Law Education

In comparative law should take into account the languages which provide us with different evidence, therefore, we must study, so that we can better understand comparative law. Languages vary in the world, including South American cousin the Castilian, and also s Brazil, in this sense is spoken first in Peru, however, this does not happen in all countries, which motivates our research. Therefore, the comparatists should consider this issue to take into account the effect of it, which has not been worked out by the writers. In this regard we must study the languages, in order to be able to understand the importance in comparative law, which is studied in this seat. The languages are very important in comparative law, for example if we compare the German and French doctrine, or case law and enforceable Holland American, or German specific principles of each branch of law with custom Italian, that is, all must master comparative the languages for which thus can understand the right all countries.

If a comparative knows no language is clear that will be very complex to understand the right of individual countries. In the Peruvian law it seems to be very demanding, however, in Europe this is normal, because the Europeans speaks several languages, without need to study comparative law, ie without being comparative or comparative educationist. If one knows only the Castilian comparative only be studying the law of the Castilian-speaking countries, but not from other countries which speak other languages, such as Germany, France, Italy, Scotland, Holland, among others.

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