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Kathleen Gutman, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Institute for European Law of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Dr. Kathleen Gutman is an American-trained lawyer specialising in EU and International Law and the comparative study of EU-US law. She has been awarded several advanced legal degrees from American and European institutions, including a J.D./LL.M. in International, Foreign, and Comparative Law from Duke University School of Law, as well as a M.A. in European Studies and a Ph.D. in Law from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. She has also worked as a summer associate in the Brussels office of Van Bael & Bellis and as a litigation associate in the New York office of Jones Day.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction PART I: CONTEXT 2. The Constitutional Framing of European Contract Law 3. The Role of the Court of Justice in European Contract Law 4. The American Private Law Framework PART II: DEBATE 5. The Debate Begins 6. The Debate Solidifies 7. The Debate Continues PART III: CONSTITUTIONALITY 8. The Constitutional Parameters of European Contract Law 9. European Contract Law and the Internal Market 10. European Contract Law and Consumer Protection 11. European Contract Law and Judicial Cooperation in Civil Matters 12. Alternative and Complementary Routes in European Contract Law 13. Conclusion Bibliography