Comparative Law Series
The Comparative Law Series provides succinct overviews of national laws in subjects of particular relevance to international lawyers. Books are written by professors, scholars, and legal practitioners as concise summaries that can be used by the layman, academic, or legal practitioner for quick reference.
The Comparative Law Series invites authors to submit manuscripts to be considered for publication in the areas of the law in which they have expertise and experience. The Series is particularly interested in the civil, criminal, constitutional, and business laws of common law, civil law, and Islamic law nations.
Distribution: The collection is distributed to international law firms, book stores, and at conferences.
Word count: Manuscripts are to be limited to 100,000 words in order to ensure their succinctness.
Information: For more information on submitting a manuscript to the collection, please contact:
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