VOLUME 2 (2007), ISSUE 1, Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Law <Previous Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Law     Next Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Law>

¿Qué hacen los civilistas en México?

Juan Carlos Marín, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Juan Carlos Marín (2007) "¿Qué hacen los civilistas en México?", The Latin American and Caribbean Journal of Legal Studies: Vol. 2: No. 1, Article 9.

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What happened to private law in Mexico? In the early 20th century, this nation embraced a new world of legal thought, characterized by a 'socialization of law,' a 'social point of view,' or 'sociological jurisprudence,' and at the same time rejoiced in the passing of the nineteenth century world of laissez-faire, autonomous individuals and their rights. This paper examines how, as a result, the growth and development of Mexican private law has been seriously altered and stunted.

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