Tuesday, June 17, 2008
It covers a variety of topics ranging from the differences and similarities between civil law and common law systems to the strategic decisions and practice tools necessary to successfully initiate, defend, and conclude a transnational case. It also includes some useful material on special problems and tribunals.
Law professors might consider this book for an international law seminar at the JD or LLM level. The book is published by the American Bar Association Section of International Law and can be purchased through the webstore at the ABA's website. The editor of this volume was Bart Legum.