Fordham International Law Journal
race, wealth, discrimination, class
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Law | Law and Race
For the last fifty years we have seen an outflow of United States laws to developing countries. This legal outflow has caused problems of enforcement in societies that do not share the values, needs or concerns of the law producing state. Using law reform in Eritrea as a case study, the article asks what will happen in the United States when we become the recipient, rather than the exporter, of maladapted laws that serve the purpose of others instead of serving the unique needs of the United States and its economy.
Beverly I. Moran,
Homogenized Law: Can the United States Learn from African Mistakes?, 25 Fordham International Law Journal. 361
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