A Holistic Analysis of Law, Connecting Theory and Practice: Universal Solutions to Global Problems
The holistic analysis of law has its historical roots in ancient Greece and Rome. A global or holistic law overview of any issue may lead to fairness and broader justice. The first part of this book regards a holistic analysis of law as a general theory; the second part focuses on history of law and the holistic analysis; the third part focuses on procedural law and practice and the holistic analysis, namely the holistic look at counselling as a lawyer in the United States, a holistic method of a mediator studying conflict in Russia and beyond, a holistic analysis of Chinese procedural law, and the holistic analysis of evidence evaluation in international law. The fourth part includes holistic analysis of law relating to modern issues, such as artificial intelligence, climate change and climate refugees and a chapter on the economic diplomacy of Vietnam as a holistic approach model.
Charalampos (Harry) Stamelos is Lecturer of Law at the European University Cyprus Law School. He teaches Introduction to Law, Philosophy of Law, History of Law, EU Law, US Law and Commercial Law, Banking Law, Capital Markets Law, Antitrust Law, and Sports Law. He holds an LLB (Athens), an LLM in EU Law (Essex, UK), an LLM in History of Law and Jurisprudence (Athens) and a PhD in EU and US Antitrust Law (Athens). He has presented more than thirty papers in English and in Greek in law conferences in Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Croatia, Italy and in the UK. He is the author of eleven monographs, more than ten book chapters and more than thirty articles and papers in law journals. He is a member of the European Law Institute and other significant law societies. He has been a barrister at law since 2000 in Athens, Greece.
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