Justice without the State within the State

Justice without the State within the State
Judicial Self-Regulation in the Past and Present
Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte 295,
Moderne Regulierungsregime 5

Judicial Self-Regulation in the Past and Present

Edited by Peter Collin

Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte 295
Moderne Regulierungsregime 5
Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann 2016. XII, 374 S.

ISSN 1610-6040
ISBN 978-3-465-04268-6


History of justice is not only the history of state justice. Rather, we often deal with a coexistence of state, parastatal and non-state courts. Interesting research questions emerge out of this constellation: Where are notions of just conflict resolution most likely to be enforceable? To what extent is non-state jurisdiction a mode of self-regulation of social groups who define themselves by means of ethnic, religious or functional criteria? How do state and non-state ambitions interact? This collective volume contains contributions exploring non-state and parastatal justice between the 17th century and the present in Europe, Asia, North America as well as from a global perspective.

Contents

IX | Preface

I. Perspectives, Fundamental Terms, and Typologies

3 | Peter Collin

Justice without the State within the State — Introductory Considerations

13 | Gunnar Folke Schuppert

Von der Pluralität normativer Ordnungen zur Pluralität ihrer
Durchsetzungsregime. Jurisdiktionsgemeinschaften und ihre je spezifische Jurisdiktionskultur

II. Referential Field I: The World of Labor

51 | Wilfried Rudloff / Dennis Vogt

Parität und Schlichtung: Die Gewerbegerichte als Orte arbeitsrechtlicher Konfliktlösung im Deutschen Kaiserreich

91 | Ralf Rogowski

Regulation of Self-Regulation in British Labour Law

113 | Sabine Rudischhauser

»Le jugement des pairs.«
Arbeitsrechtliche Konfliktlösung im Frankreich der III. Republik

141 | Gerd Bender

Tarifautonomie vor Gericht.
Ausgangspunkte eines institutionellen Arrangements

III. Referential Field II: The World of Economy

157 | Jens Gal

Die Renaissance der (Handels-)Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit im 19. Jahrhundert als Ausdruck regulierter Selbstregulierung?

185 | Andreas Maurer

Vanishing Trails in Maritime Law — Why Arbitration Replaces Litigation in the Maritime Industry

IV. Non-State Actors within State Structures

207 | Monika Wienfort

Private Courts and Rural Justice in Prussia (1815-1848)

223 | Peter Collin

Schwurgerichte und andere Formen der Laienbeteiligung:
staatsfremde Normativitäten und gesellschaftliche Selbstregulierung im staatlichen Organisationsgehäuse?

243 | Wolfgang Ayass

Die Rechtsprechung in der Sozialversicherung bis zur Reichsversicherungsordnung. Beteiligte, Institutionen, Verfahren

V. Justice in Areas of Limited Statehood

263 | Katherine A. Hermes

Native Americans, the Colonial Encounter, and the Law of Harm, 1600-1787

283 | Matthias Kötter

Better Access to Justice by Public Recognition of Non-State Justice Systems?

VI. Challenges in the Modern World:
›Pre-Modern‹ Forms and Innovations

311 | Silvia Tellenbach

Islamic Law, Secular Law and Customary Law. Aspects of a Rich Interrelationship

329 | Linda C. Reif

Conceptions of Justice in Ombudsman Dispute Settlement:
From the Classic Ombudsman to the Human Rights Ombudsman Model

349 | Joachim Zekoll

Online Dispute Resolution: Justice without the State?

371 | Authors

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