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

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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