13 July 2012

NOTICE: Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law Special Issue

"The Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law provides literature which enables both the European professional and academic lawyer to grapple with the special difficulties presented by the concept of Ius commune Europaeum":
The current issue (2012-2), guest-edited by Janwillem Oosterhuis and Emanuel van Dongen, is focused on
"European Traditions – Integration or Disintegration?":

Second-Rate Citizens: Junian Latins and the Constitutio Antoniniana
E. Koops, p. 223

The Booke of Orders of Assurances: A Civil Law Code in 16th Century London
G. Rossi, p. 240

The Revival of Romanistic Scholarship between the 19th and 20th Centuries as a ‘Centralizing Force’ in European Legal History – The Masterpieces of German Pandectist Literature Revised by Italian Translators
F. Furfaro, p. 262

New Imperialism (1870–1914) and the European Legal Traditions: A (Dis)Integrative Episode
M. Van Der Linden, p. 281

The Path of the Former Yugoslav Countries to the European Union: From Integration to Disintegration and Back
S. Fabijanić Gagro, B. Vukas Jr, p. 300

The Enigma of Civil Justice in Imperial China: A Legal Historical Enquiry
P. C.h. Chan, p. 317

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