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THIS BOOK IS RECOMMENDED BY FPSC FOR OPTIONAL SUBJECT CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
The contributions in this volume cover not only questions regarding the methodology of comparative law, but also specific areas of law, such as administative and criminal law. In addition it has reports on the legal systems of selected countries.Â âComparative law is the comparison of law and legal systems from around the world. At one time it was a field of limited interest and academic participation. However, increasing globalization, whether of commerce or culture, makes it imperative that citizens learn more about the law of other countries. That is the premise of this comprehensive new research tool designed for general readers. Some 70 articles address topics as diverse as accident compensation, legal culture, the European Civil Code, and the law and legal systems of a selected set of nationsâ¦ This single-volume work provides an excellent comprehensive overview of the current state of affairs in comparative law. Highly recommended. Lower-level undergraduates and above; general readers.â- J.E. Stephens, ChoiceâThe timely publication of this encyclopedia reflects what is happening [in international law] and, in a field where works (even student textbooks) are often expensive, it comes at an attractive price.â- Stuart Hannabuss, Reference ReviewsâThe Elgar Encyclopedia ofComparative Law looks set to become an indispensable source for the ever increasing body of lawyers needing accurate information on the structure and working of foreign systems as well as on points of a substantive law. Edited byProfessor Jan Smits of Maastricht University the Encyclopedia is the work of an extremely strong international team of noted specialists.