Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law

Acclaim for the first edition: '. . . an excellent comprehensive overview of the current state of affairs in comparative law. Highly recommended.' - J.E. Stephens, Choice 'An important and immense book. . .' - the Criminal Lawyer '. . . a great advance of comparative law scholarship.' - Alan Watson, University of Georgia, US with updated contributions and several new entries, the second edition of this unique Encyclopedia cements its reputation as the authoritative reference work and an indispensable resource in the field. Wide-ranging and comprehensive in scope, with entries written by noted specialists, the book's range takes in articles on the nature and methodology of comparative law, as well as on specific areas of law (such as administrative law and criminal law) and substantive topics (from accident compensation to unjustified enrichment). In addition, the Encyclopedia contains articles on a selected set of countries' legal systems and as a whole presents overviews of the current state of affairs.

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Publisher Edward Elgar Pub
Release Date
ISBN 9781782540373
Pages 1000 pages
Rating 4/5 (77 users)