Volume 12, Number 2, was published online in March 2020. Articles offer a historical and dynamic panorama of Hungarian law, with Professor Emeritus Attila Harmathy as a guide (Tucker Lecture 2018). You will explore the #MeToo movement and its legal implications in France and the U.S. with Anne Wagner and Sarah Marusek. This issue also includes a note on the Louisiana Digest of 1808, and discusses Brexit matters under the angle of a largely unknown Scottish institution. Substantial book reviews and case notes conclude the volume.
The Editors call the readers’ attention to the remarkable LSU student contribution to our Civil Law in Louisiana feature, with six case notes prepared by students under faculty supervision. This is meant to serve the Louisiana legal community while showcasing Louisiana jurisprudence, making it more visible to the world.
The Journal of Civil Law Studies welcomes submissions for volumes 13 and 14: email firstname.lastname@example.org.