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‘Comparative Law as a Method of Knowledge Production‘

Interview with Heinz Mohnhaupt more

European colonialism and citizenship in Africa – a comparative legal history

Volume 19 of our Open Access book series ›Global Perspectives on Legal History‹ is out now more

Codification and property law in 19<sup>th</sup> century Argentina<br /><br /> 

Volume 18 of the Open Access book series ›Global Perspectives on Legal History‹ is out now!


Law in Gotham City. A new publication by Daniel Damler

Gotham City. Architekturen des Ausnahmezustands, Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag 2022 more

Knowledge production by comparison

Vol. 328 of the Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte has been published more

14th Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court (2021/2022)

28 February – 4 March 2022 more

Stefan Müller (CC BY 2.0)

An interview with Jan-Henrik Meyer about the EU Taxonomy and its proposed inclusion of nuclear and gas more

Norms beyond Empire: Law-making and Local Normativities in Iberian Asia, 1500-1800<br /> 

Publication of the third volume in the series ‘Max Planck Studies in Global Legal History of the Iberian Worlds’

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