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COMPARATIVE LAW AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SCIENCES
Egorov Aleksey Vladimirovich, Candidate of juridical sciences, associate professor, rector of Vitebsk State University named after P. M. Masherov (33 Moskovsky avenue, Vitebsk, Belarus); Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law, email@example.com
Background. Comparative law is a separate area of legal research of methodological character. From the standpoint of comparative legal methodology it is intended to maintain functioning and development of other legal sciences, including the ones of international legal character. The modern system of international law requires new approaches to the legal regulation of cross-border relations. In addition, a new separate direction in the form of integration or cross-border law is ap pearing. Comparative law is intended in a methodological way to ensure the formation and systematic interaction of these research directions of legal nature.
comparison, comparative law, international law, international private law, international public law, transnational law, legal system
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