About this book series

​As globalization proceeds, the significance of the comparative approach in legal scholarship increases. The International Academy of Comparative Law with almost 700 members is the major universal organization promoting comparative research in law and organizing topic specific congresses once a year. The new subseries makes the results of those congresses available for legal scholars. All publications may contain contributions in English and French, the official languages of the Academy.

Unique Selling Points:
• Discusses comparative law in the context of a specific field of law in each volume
• Features contributions by a diverse group of internationally respected authors

Part of this series
Ius Comparatum - Global Studies in Comparative Law
Electronic ISSN
2662-236X
Print ISSN
2662-2351
Series Editor
  • Katharina Boele-Woelki,
  • Diego P. Fernández Arroyo