Comparative law is a field with a rich history, and one to which scholars from many disciplines have contributed. This three-volume set includes an original introduction by the editors, who trace the major developments in the field, covering both private and public law, as well as legal institutions and methodological debates. Encompassing more than a century of scholarship, the collection includes a number of the most enduring articles from several disciplinary perspectives and will be an essential resource for the study of comparative law.
76 articles, dating from 1903 to 2010 Contributors include: P.S. Atiyah, G. Calabresi, M. Damaška, J. Elster, L. Fuller, H. Kelsen, K. Llewellyn, R. Posner, R. Pound, A. Watson
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