Monthly Archives: March 2019

Re- De- Co-dification? New Insights on the Codification of Private Law

Re- De- Co-dification? New Insights on the Codification of Private Law Agustín Parise and Lars van Vliet (Eds.) Is it time for jurisdictions to undertake recodification, decodification, or even codification of their private laws? This volume addresses this recurring question … Continue reading

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JCLS Volume 11 Number 2 is Available Online

With the publication of Number 2 , Volume 11 of the Journal of Civil Law Studies (2018) is now entirely online. This issue contains rich articles addressing legal transplants in general with alchemistic metaphors and in the context of 19th … Continue reading

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The Reform of the French Law of Obligations: What It Is and What It Means for Louisiana and Beyond

  A Law Library of Louisiana Free CLE Co-sponsored by the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society and the Association Henri Capitant   The Reform of the French Law of Obligations: What It Is and What It Means for Louisiana … Continue reading

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