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The Convergence of Legal Systems in the 21st Century
The Convergence of Legal Systems in the 21st Century

The Convergence of Legal Systems in the 21st Century$89.00 AUD

The Convergence of Legal Systems in the 21st Century - an Australian Approach
by The Australian Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law and contributors

In Brief :

564 pages. 153 mm x 235 mm. Soft cover. 
Papers delivered to the XVIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law. Covers most recent developments in this field. This volume considers the solutions adopted by different legal systems to resolve the problems of today's world. As we have started a new Millennium, it is therefore appropriate to focus on and to ascertain the similarities of the major legal systems in the world. This book will help you to appreciate the many achievements of the comparative law discipline during the last couple of decades.

ISBN 1 876344 09 1

Overview:
Papers delivered to the XVIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law. Covers most recent developments in this field. This volume considers the solutions adopted by different legal systems to resolve the problems of today's world. As we have started a new Millennium, it is therefore appropriate to focus on and to ascertain the similarities of the major legal systems in the world. This book will help you to appreciate the many achievements of the comparative law discipline during the last couple of decades.

The volume is a compliation of the work of 29 Australian scholars and practitioners. It contains 24 essays and covers a great variety of topics, including e-commerce and family law. The book is written in a language that can be understood by those who have not been trained in the rigorous discussion of legal issues. It is an excellent reference for practising lawyers and laypeople, as well as students and academics from around the world.
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