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NOTICE: Stigall and Picker on Comparative and International Law
Dan Stigall and Colin Picker, both bloggers here, are also guest blogging on the Comparative Law Blog. Each has begun a discussion, from different positions, on the relationship between comparative and international law. You might have a look-in.