Comparative Legal Traditions: Text, Materials, and Cases on the Civil Law, Common Law, and Socialist Law Traditions, with Special Reference to French, West German, English, and Soviet Law
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INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LAW Section 1 Comparative Law as an Academic Discipline
Goals and Methods of Comparative Law
The Uses of Comparative Method
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