juridification

juridification

the process whereby the law has come to exert an increasing influence on the employment relationship and the conduct of industrial relations. See INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Pangalangan's winning piece, 'Enforcing Liberty and Prosperity Through the Courts of Law: A Shift in Legal Thought from Juridification to Judicialization,' will receive P300,000 plus a plaque of recognition during the formal awarding ceremony on March 23 at the Ateneo de Manila Law School in Makati.
Departing from Habermas' narrow sense of juridification as the gradually increasing "colonization of the lifeworld," they adapt the multidimensional notion of Molander and Blichner into a context-specific notion of juridification that is attendant to the specific nature of religion as a subject matter for law.
To put it differently, if one endorses Cassis de Dijon and Centros, one is endorsing not a process of juridification (as these are matters which are within the realm of the law anyway) as a process of judicialization.
And, if so, is this interference workable in practice without a juridification of politics?
Gralf-Peter Calliess & Moritz Renner, From Soft Law to Hard Code: The Juridification of Global Governance (U.
legalization and juridification of a number of executive-power questions
317) It is precisely because a dispute initially lacks an absolutely determinate legal answer that a community of responsible parties can form around that dispute to decide upon its further systematic juridification, for a "decision that did not go through the ordeal of the undecidable would not be a free decision, it would only be the programmable application or unfolding of a calculable process.
She is currently writing a history of the juridification of life in the industrial era.
Thirdly, we highlight the tendency discernible especially in liberal war-making (see Morrissey and Reid-FIenry, this issue), towards the 'legalisation of the battlespace' or what one of us has elsewhere called 'the juridification of late modern war' (Jones, 2015).
The impact of party loyalty, along with the bureaucratisation and juridification of the process, together with the complexity and scope of the scrutiny of bills, are probably the strongest and certainly the most common objections that were expressed in relation to the expected effectiveness of the PJCHR.
Recovering the Promise of Public Truth: Juridification and the Loss of Purpose in Public Inquiries, Osgoode Hall Law School.
2009); see also Habermas, supra note 52, at 119 ("Today any conceptualization of a juridification of world politics must take as it starting point individuals and states, as constituting the two categories of founding subjects of a world constitution.