Legal traditions and systems: an international handbook
Alan N. Katz
Greenwood Press, 1986 - Law - 450 pages
This authoritative legal guide, written by a distinguished group of specialists, presents analyses of legal systems, practices, and practitioners of all the major countries and regions of the world. Adopting a systematic, comparative approach, the volume illuminates the linkages between the nature of legal arrangements with the nature of particular societies.
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