Much has been written (and said) over the past few years on the nature, scope, benefits, and risks of what we usually call ‘comparative law’. Despite the great variety of approaches to, and views on, the topic, it is generally held that legal comparison can further legal knowledge, thereby helping the interpreter getting a better sense of both the given subject and of themselves as intellectuals.
|Media of output
|British Association of Comparative Law
|Published - 6 Feb 2021