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Global Justice Reform: A Comparative Methodology Hardcover – January 1, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-0814716359 ISBN-10: 0814716350

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“This book is a greatly needed assessment of the methodologies used to study and implement justice reform.”
-Perspectives on Politicts

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“A valiant effort to foster understanding of perplexing reform questions of global justice and national judicial system.”
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“The subject of Global Justice Reform could hardly be more important, or the author better equipped to address it. Integrating his theoretical work on comparative law with his extensive, on-the-ground experience with legal systems in India, Indonesia, the Mideast, and other developing areas, Hiram Chodosh provides a constructive program for clear thinking about the vital task of judicial reform throughout our shrinking world.”
-Peter H. Schuck,Simeon E. Baldwin Professor of Law, Yale University



“Chodosh provides the compass to help us navigate the treacherous shoals of comparative law reform. Using insights gleaned from his expertise on both India and Indonesia, he proves the search for global justice is well worth the risk.”
-Adrien Katherine Wing,Bessie Dutton Murray Professor of Law, University of Iowa



Global Justice Reform closes the gap between the grand designs of transitional restructuring espoused by the Washington Consensus and the reality of weak legal institutions in much of the developing world. It gives an edge to the comparative method by linking its mission to the most fundamental problems facing legal systems.”
-Paul B. Stephan,Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law

About the Author

Hiram Chodosh is the Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker & Hostetler Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.


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