The comparative private law course shows me at first that for a same problem the solution, in particular the legal solution can be absolutely different. Sometime only the ground is different, sometime it is also the consequences. The comparative study shows that the legal world is not separate from the others area, and that the culture, the politic, the history, etc have a actual influence on the legal process.
The second element I pulled from this experience is the importance to refer to the foreign law to find a solution to a problem. the comparative private law becomes a major source for the doctrine.
Thirdly I understood the issue of the existence of non harmonized law, especially for the consumer and the professionel. The fact that a gela situation or contract under a certain law can become illegal under another is a fact we have to take into account in the daily life, and must be prevented by the European Union in order to make the Union more and more coherent.
Thank to all of this, I want to improve my knowledge in comparative law, and continue this experience.