The Oxford Companion to Law
Compendium of information about the branches of legal science, legal systems, institutions such as courts and juries, notable judges and jurists, legal concepts and ideas, major legal principles and cases, international law, comparative law, EEC law and the main legal systems which share the Western legal traditions.
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