Verfahrenstheorie 978-3-16-154232-9 - Mohr Siebeck
Law

Philipp Reimer

Verfahrenstheorie

Ein Versuch zur Kartierung der Beschreibungsangebote für rechtliche Verfahrensordnungen

[Procedural Law Theory. Analysing Different Approaches.]

2015. XXXIII, 573 pages.

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Although procedural law is intertwined with law's very structure, there is still a constant tendency to dismiss it as being merely adjective law, a technical issue. To correct this misapprehension, the present volume evaluates which research questions can be – and are – pursued in procedural law study. Beyond doctrinal questions, juridical procedural law theory can put norms into empirical and other contexts and so function as a discipline of outside reflection and discipline-relay. The book explores this theoretical perspective, casting a new light on familiar as well as introducing innovative approaches.
Although procedural law is intertwined with law's very structure, there is still a constant tendency to dismiss it as being merely adjective law, a technical issue. To correct this misapprehension, the present volume evaluates which research questions can be – and are – pursued in procedural law study. Beyond doctrinal questions, juridical procedural law theory can put norms into empirical and other contexts and so function as a discipline of outside reflection and discipline-relay. The book explores this theoretical perspective, casting a new light on familiar as well as introducing innovative approaches.
Authors/Editors

Philipp Reimer ist Universitätsprofessor für Öffentliches Recht an der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Der Staat — 2016, 426–429 (Walter Pauly)
In: Die Verwaltung — 2016, 589–592 (Friedhelm Hufen)
In: Deutsches Verwaltungsblatt — 2017, 885 (Daniel Sailer)
In: Rechtsgeschichte — 2017, 307–308 (Peter Collin)