American Society of Comparative Law Publisher Description

The American Society of Comparative Law was founded in 1951 "to promote the comparative study of law and the understanding of foreign legal systems . . . [and] private international law." The Society consists of approximately 100 institutional sponsor members, a growing number of individual members, and corresponding foreign institutional members. With more non-United States sponsor members joining, the Society has become an international forum for comparative studies. The Society publishes the American Journal of Comparative Law, awards prizes for comparative law scholarship, holds an annual meeting and other jointly sponsored scholarly programs thereby providing the essential forum for communication and education among active comparativists.

Journals in JSTOR from American Society of Comparative Law
1 Journal in JSTOR Date Range
The American Journal of Comparative Law 1952 - 2013

Editor in Chief
Walter Gelhorn Professor of Law
Jean Monnet Professor in European Union Law
Director, European Legal Studies Center
Columbia University School of Law
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