Legal conversations between Italy and Brazil
The essays collected in this volume were presented at the Italy-Brazil Law Seminars held at the University of Trento, Faculty of Law, in December 2017. They reflect a long-term collaboration between the University of Trento and the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte. The topics covered include anticorruption law, legal theory, consumer law, Internet law, the law of indigenous people, law and development. In each chapter, the authors try not only to provide an informed analysis of legal problems, but also to reflect on how they are defined in each legal system and whether current legal methodologies are fit for their purposes. The volume could be of interest to comparative legal scholars and policymakers in both Europe and Brazil.
Giuseppe Bellantuono is professor of Comparative Law at the University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy. He published several books and articles in the fields of comparative law, energy and climate law, law and economics and law development.
Fabiano Lara is professor of Economic Law at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Faculty of Law, Brazil. He published several books and articles in the fields of law and economics, competition law, intellectual property law and law and development.
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