In NJCL 2/2010 each article seeks to offer a novel interpretation of exsisting legal molds in order to make room for practical solutions to practical problems. Transfer of legal solutions across conceptual, territorial or theoretical borders seems logical, even simple, but the main challenge remains in luring decision-makers off the beaten track of tradition.
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