Friday, March 7, 2008

A Bibliography of Comparative Law, Including Middle Eastern and African Sources, by Patrick O'Donnell

Posted by Alan Childress
Anyone who reads blogs knows that Patrick O'Donnell, who also teaches philosophy at Santa Barbara City College, is a prolific and insightful commenter.  Jeff's prior post on his bio is here.  Patrick is allowing us to post a bibliography he complied of comparative law sources in English, with particular attention to studies of African, Islamic, and Indian law.  These are the sources I lamented, in my entry on Lawyers, were harder to find (particularly as regards the organization and regulation of their professions).  Thanks to Patrick for offering this academic gift to our blog, and we hope some readers will find it useful. He calls it "Comparative Law: A Basic Bibliography of Books in English."  It is in Word and linked here: Download comparative_law.doc

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Alan,

It was very kind of you to take the trouble to make this list available to others.

Posted by: Patrick S. O'Donnell | Mar 7, 2008 10:31:32 AM

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