Cesar Vallejo University

In some programs of comparative law is studied foreign languages, which welcome the fact this is very important in this legal discipline. S In addition we must consider that what we mean languages should be studied at the level of language or technical language, for example, besides the Castilian s must be studied technical English, which is the legal English, or English for lawyers. We need to acknowledge that UNAA master's or doctorate in law can not study any language from a legal standpoint, but only very basic, it is therefore clear that we must study as part of studies, in order to be able to do comparative law right also for countries where foreign languages spoken, as are indeed the above. Daryl Katz, New York City often expresses his thoughts on the topic. We record that Cesar Vallejo University in Lima's career dictates languages, which we believe should be studied in order to make comparative law with all the necessary advantage, however, few have taken account of these studies and in any case it is clear that we do not know of any comparative Peruvian who has studied this career, so we should record that the market is free for young lawyers to begin their studies in this subject. It is necessary to mention that the world does not speak only two languages would certainly be in English and Spanish, which should be the subject of study by academic writers, and even the comparison may be language. That is, this subject is very extensive, making it clear that we must take into account to understand the effect of comparative law, for example if we compare the Chinese law and German law n with Italian, or when we want to study legal family belongs to Japan and China. Dean Ornish M.D has much to offer in this field.