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The German observe Festschrift is now the universally permitted time period in felony academia for a broadcast choice of criminal essays written via a number of authors to honor a distinctive jurist or to mark an important criminal occasion. The variety of Festschriften honoring universal attorneys has elevated greatly within the final thirty years. earlier, the various scholarly contributions to those volumes haven't been properly listed. An Index to universal legislation Festschriften fills that bibliographic hole. The entries incorporated during this paintings consult with a few 270 universal legislations Festschriften listed by means of writer, topic key-phrase, editor, name, honor, and date. It for this reason comprises over 4,500 bankruptcy entries. furthermore, there are greater than 1,000 entries of English language contributions to predominantly overseas language, non-common legislations felony Festschriften from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.

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A. (Herbert Lionel Adolphus) (4) Title Law and administration in Europe: essays in honour of Carol Harlow Eds Craig, P. ; Rawlings, Richard Pub Oxford, Oxford University Press Title Hart’s postscript: essays on the postscript to The Concept of Law Ed Coleman, Jules L. Pub Oxford, Oxford University Press Date 2003 ISBN 0199265372 Date 2001 ISBN 0198299087; 019924362X (pbk) Grunawalt Honorand Index 13 Harvard University Head, John G. Title The future of the common law Eds not given Title Tax conversations: a guide to the key issues in the tax reform debate: essays in honour of John G.

O. Lagos, Toma Micro Publishers 1992 9783173219 Akehurst, Michael Barton Title The United Nations and the principles of international law: essays in memory of Michael Akehurst Eds Lowe, A. ; Warbrick, Colin Pub London, Routledge Date 1994 ISBN 0415084415 3 Pub Oxford, Clarendon Press Date 1991 ISBN 0198254105 Babalola, Afe Title The legal profession and the Nigerian nation: essays in honour of Chief Afe Babalola, FFPA, SAN Ed Akinseye-George, Yemi Pub Ibadan, Nigeria, International Legal and Allied Research Network Date 2000 (rev.

2: 515–882] Title David Dudley Field: centenary essays: celebrating one hundred years of legal reform Ed Reppy, A. S. Hein (reprint) Date 1949; 2000 (reprint) ISBN 1575886391 (reprint), 2 vols Field 10 Honorand Index Feliciano, Florentino Ford, H. A. J. A. Pub South Hackensack, New Jersey, F. B. Rothman Date 1963 ISBN not given, 2 vols Ed Ramsay, Ian M. , LexisNexis Butterworths Date 2002 ISBN 0409319562 Four Courts, Ireland Title The Four Courts: 200 years: essays to commemorate the bicentenary of the Four Courts Ed Costello, Caroline Pub Dublin, Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland Date 1996 ISBN 0946738041 Fleming, John G.

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