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ASCL Studies in Comparative Law

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Editors: Professor David Gerber, Professor Mortimer Sellers

ASCL Studies in Comparative Law publishes volumes that broaden theoretical and practical knowledge about the world's laws, legislation, and legal institutions of every kind. These studies raise the level of legal understanding by encouraging a more sophisticated conversation about fundamental legal questions, from a comparative perspective.

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There are 17 books in this series...

Comparing Law

Comparative Law as Reconstruction of Collective Commitments
Volume 0

  • Catherine Valcke
  • Hardback | Published March 2019
  • Not yet published - available from March 2019 | AUD$145.95 | Add to basket

Comparing Law

Comparative Law as Reconstruction of Collective Commitments
Volume 0

  • Catherine Valcke
  • Paperback | Published March 2019
  • Not yet published - available from March 2019 | AUD$55.95 | Add to basket

Evaluation of Evidence

Pre-Modern and Modern Approaches
Volume 0

  • Mirjan Damaška
  • Hardback | Published March 2019
  • Not yet published - available from March 2019 | AUD$152.95 | Add to basket

National Security Secrecy

Comparative Effects on Democracy and the Rule of Law
Volume 0

  • Sudha Setty
  • Hardback | Published July 2017
  • Available, despatch within 3-4 weeks | AUD$145.95 | Add to basket

National Security Secrecy

Comparative Effects on Democracy and the Rule of Law
Volume 0

  • Sudha Setty
  • Paperback | Published July 2017
  • Available, despatch within 3-4 weeks | AUD$48.95 | Add to basket

Prosecutors and Democracy

A Cross-National Study
Volume 0

  • Edited by Máximo Langer, David Alan Sklansky
  • Paperback | Published December 2018
  • Not yet published - available from December 2018 | AUD$47.95 | Add to basket