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.
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In the decentralization era, it was revitalized for the juridification of local customary law (Ramstedt 20146, p.
In government, it occurs through the instrumentality of "juridification," which Habermas defines as "the tendency toward an increase in formal (or positive, written) law that can be observed in modern society." (111) In other words, we have imposed on ourselves a system of law that is as incomprehensible to us as the law of a colonial power is to the native people it has colonized.
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.
(158.) See generally John Gillespie, Juridification of State
Ce document, tout en suggerant que la dimension interculturelle est essentielle, insiste surtout sur l'egalite dans les differents domaines et la defense des droits, recoupant ainsi les processus de judiciarisation (recours aux institutions judiciaires pour l'obtention des droits) et de juridification (reference au droit comme cadre de reference pour penser et construire l'action collective) qui ont de plus en plus cours dans les societes contemporaines (Paternotte 2012).
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?
The proliferation of judiciary organs--including national courts and arbitral bodies--that we have seen in the last twenty years makes more sense when seen as part of a more general move in the field to disaggregation and juridification".
(116.) See, e.g., 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