This treatise offers in-depth coverage of comparative law, carefully structured and clearly explained by a leading expert. It is an invaluable resource for students seeking a critical introduction to the field, as well as scholars and practitioners, for whom it offers new insights, structures, and approaches.
Formatted Contents Note
Part I. General Aspects of Comparative Law 1. Introduction: What Is Comparative Law? 2. Aims of Comparative Law 3. The Comparative Method 4. Legal Families, Legal Culture, and Context Part II. The Contexts of Legal Systems 5. The Context of Common Law 6. The Basic Context of Civil Law 7. Variety of the Civil Law Context 8. The Context of African Law 9. Contexts in Asia 10. The Context of Islamic Law 11. Contexts of Transnational Law.
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