The Modern Law Schools' Uriaspost: The Post of Danger
Addendum to: J. Paul Lomie & Henrik Spang-Hanssen, LEGAL RESEARCH METHODS IN THE US & EUROPE, p. 409 ff., 2nd Edition, DJØF Publishing, October 2008
30 Pages Posted: 7 Mar 2008 Last revised: 12 Oct 2008
Date Written: August 1, 2008
This article has been written upon the request of an American law school teacher, which has found it very instructive. This article outlines the difficulties or disadvantages any legal scholar has when pursuing into a new country's law. It especially outlines the task any foreign legal scholar/student has to overcome before entering a foreign country's law. It outlines a wizard example of the legal regime in a continental (civil) law country. It also gives some examples to use in the teaching class.
Keywords: Legal Research Methods
JEL Classification: K10, K33, K40
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