On the Methods for Comparative Law Research in Legal Studies

Author:Doris Forster
Position:Assistant Professor for the Chair of Prof. Dr. Matthias Armgardt of Civil Law, Ancient Legal History, Roman Law and Modern Legal History at the University of Konstanz
Pages:64-75
SUMMARY

This article served as the prelude to an interdisciplinary workshop for scholars of Judaism, Islam and Catholic cannon law entitled "Legal scholarly responses in comparison". It gives a short overview of the methods for comparative law research and aims to encourage awareness of the objectives of comparative law and the choice of methods.


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