Concise introduction to comparative law
- Bogdan, Michael, 1946- author.
- [Groningen, The Netherlands] : Europa Law Publishing, 
- Physical description
- xiii, 202 pages ; 24 cm
K559 .B64 2013
- Unknown K559 .B64 2013
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 180-197) and index.
- The uses of comparative law
- Some problems connected with the study of foreign law
- The comparison
- Explaining similarities and differences between legal systems
- Comparative evaluation of the compared solutions
- Grouping legal systems into families of law
- The common core of legal systems and the presumption of similarity
- English law
- American law
- French law
- German law
- Chinese law
- Moslem law.
- "In today's globalized world, jurists cannot limit themselves to studying the laws of their own country. This book is mainly intended to be used as a textbook for beginners taking introductory courses on foreign and comparative law. Its concise format makes it fit for use also in other courses, such as legal history or jurisprudence, having the ambition to provide the students with a basic knowledge about English, American, French, German, Chinese and Islamic law and legal culture, as well as about the methodological problems that arise in connection with studying, comparing and working with foreign legal systems in general. The book will hopefully also be useful as a spring-board towards more profound studies by students and others seeking more advanced knowledge"-- Page 4 of cover.
- Comparative law.
- Publication date
- Prof. Dr. Michael Bogdan.