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Comparative Legal History Handbook (Edward Elgar Publishing)

Methods Of Comparative LawThe volume will be published with Edward Elgar Publishing, in their Research Handbooks in Comparative Law Series

The Handbooks in this series, edited by Francesco Parisi and Tom Ginsburg, offer high-level discussion and analysis on particular aspects of legal systems, such as torts, contracts, property, administrative and constitutional law, legal history, etc. The aim of each handbook is to provide a scholarly, state-of-the-art overview of research and the scope of current thinking in the field. Some volumes of this collection have already been published: Comparative Administrative Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Methods of Comparative Law, and Comparative Law and Society.

Editors
Aniceto Masferrer
Kjell Å Modéer
Olivier Moréteau

Authors
Theresa Alfaro-Velcamp
 Seán Patrick Donlan
Matthew Dyson
Dolores Freda
Adolfo Giuliani
James Gordley
Jean-Louis Halpérin
Nikitas Hatzimihail
Dirk Heirbaut
David Ibbetson
Emily Kadens
Marie S. Kim
Robert H. McLaughlin
Aniceto Masferrer
Dag Michalsen
Olivier Moréteau
Juan A. Obarrio
Agustin Parise
Heikki Pihlajamaki
Anna Taitslin
Jacques Vanderlinden
Remco Van Rhee

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