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This chapter critiques the present comparative methodology in abortion law and explores the possibilities of a new comparative approach. The current method relies on high- profile but dated constitutional abortion decisions from the United States and Germany. Courts continue to rely on these cases to justify their decisions as consistent with a modern, global convergence around women's rights and to minimize national resistance to contested law reform. These comparisons, however, oversimplifydoi:10.34944/dspace/6198 fatcat:znr7sao7sjacnhegeetwebzbti