Studies in Comparative Law

The ASCL is delighted to announce that the Studies in Comparative Law Series it publishes with Cambridge University Press keeps expanding. See all titles in the series below.

The book series ASCL Studies in Comparative Law broadens theoretical and practical knowledge of the world’s many legal systems. By advancing the investigation of legal problems in a comparative light, the ASCL Studies support the Society’s mission of promoting comparative law as essential to the advancement of legal science. The series publishes both monographs and edited collections, on specific legal systems and the comparative study of particular legal problems.

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Series Editors

David Gerber, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Mortimer Sellers, University of Baltimore

External Advisory Board

Josef Drexl, University of Munich
Diego Fernandez Arroyo, Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris
Hongjun Gao, Tsinghua University
Michele Grazidei, University of Turin
Ko Hasegawa, University of Hokkaido
Hisashu Harata, University of Tokyo
Andreas Heinemann, University of Zurich
Christophe Jamin, Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris
Ralf Michales, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law
Yong-Sun Kang, Yonsei University
Claudia Lima Marques, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Bertil Emrah, Oder Koc University
Amr Shalakany, American University of Cairo

Editorial Board

Richard Albert, University of Texas
David Clark, Willamette University
Helge Dedek, McGill University
James Feinerman, Georgetown University
Richard Kay, University of Connecticut
Maximo Langer, University of California Los Angeles
Fernanda Nicola, American University
Jacqueline Ross, University of Illinois
Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University
Franz Werro, Georgetown University

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  • Participation in the premier scholarly society in the US for comparative law.
  • Subscription to The American Journal of Comparative Law.
  • Ability to connect with top level scholars in the field through conferences and meetings.
  • Extensive scholarly resources for faculty members teaching comparative law.
  • Awards and prizes for members.
  • Unique opportunity to connect with young scholars in the field through YCC.