Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law
Panel on Comparative Law and Methodology
The present contribution outlines the content of the panel "Comparative Law and Methodology" held within the context of the Roundtable on Law and Semiotics, from May 24th to 27th, at the Antonianum Auditorium. In short, the aim was to present the contents of the individual presentations, with a particular emphasis on the state of the art of comparative methodology in legal science and its potential developments. In a globalized and dynamic context, both from a legal and economic and social perspective, comparative methodology appears as an efficient tool in managing such changes.