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Publication Date: 1997
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Zweigert, Konrad E., Drobnig, U.
As it progresses towards the definitive 17-volume set projected by its planners, the International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law is already the broadest, most systematic compendium of international comparative law ever published. As the work progresses, each completed chapter is printed, individually paperbound, & sent to subscribers as part of a periodic "instalment". Thirty-three instalments, comprising nearly 150 chapters, have appeared to date. Representing the expertise of hundreds of lawyers & scholars from all over the world, the Encyclopedia provides thoroughly documented comparative analyses of all the significant issues addressed by law in the widest possible range of jurisdictions. Even in its present ongoing state it is a peerless & formidable reference work; when completed, it will stand alone as the ultimate source for research into any topic in comparative law. This work is of inestimable value to . legal practitioners, corporate lawyers, legal advisers & consultants world-wide; . professional & academic law libraries & legal research institutions; & . academics & scholars teaching or researching any of the wide range of disciplines involved in international or comparative law.Zweigert, Konrad E. is the author of 'International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law: Installment 32', published 1997 under ISBN 9789041105660 and ISBN 9041105662.
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