24 November 2010

NOTICE: (2010) 3 Journal of Civil Law Studies

The Center of Civil Law Studies announces the publication of Volume 3 of the Journal of Civil Law Studies (JCLS). Volumes 1, 2, and 3 of the JCLS are freely accessible online, at www.law.lsu.edu/jcls.

Volume 3 of the JCLS contains the papers of the Saúl Litvinoff Civil Law Workshop Series. The general theme was Civil Law and Common Law: Cross Influences, Contamination, and Permeability.

  • Foreword, Olivier Moréteau & Ronald Scalise Jr.
  • An Introduction to Contamination, Olivier Moréteau
  • Don Saúl Litvinoff (1925-2010), Agustín Parise & Julio Romañach Jr.
  • Foundations for a Revival of the Case Method in Civil Law Education, Fernando M. Toller
  • The Vienna Sales Convention (CISG) between Civil and Common law–Best of all Worlds?, Ulrich Magnus
  • Legal Theory and the Variety of Legal Cultures, Sheldon Leader
  • The Reform of Legal Education in China and Japan: Shifting from the Continental to the American Model, Xiangshun Ding
  • Press Freedom in Indonesia: A Case of Draconian Laws, Statutory Misinterpretation, but still one of the Freest in Southeast Asia, Nono Anwar Makarim
  • Common Law, Civil Law, and the Challenge from Federalism, Santiago Legarr
  • The Principle of Proportionality: The Challenges of Human Rights, Juan Cianciardo
  • Academic Legal Writings by Saúl Litvinoff

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