Comparative Law Facing the 21st Century

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John William Bridge
UKNCCL, Jan 1, 2001 - Law - 1087 pages
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This is the companion to volume 19, containing the general reports delivered at the XV International Congress of Comparative Law held in Bristol, United Kingdom, July 1998. Following well-established practice, these reports cover the entire field of legal study ranging over legal history and philosophy, civil and commercial law, public and private international law and human rights, tax law, penal law, computers, and legal bibliography. In addition to providing a permanent record of the proceedings of the XV International Congress, this volume is also an indispensable repository of information and comparative analysis of the major themes and challenges of the legal system of the world at the start of the Third Millennium. In advancing and stimulating comparative legal studies, it also reflects that discipline's three principal characteristics: its promotion of understanding among peoples; its utility for law reform; and its role in legal education.

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