American Journal of Comparative Law
The American Journal of Comparative Law (ISSN 0002-919X) is a quarterly law journal dedicated to comparative law. It is published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the American Society of Comparative Law. It is co-hosted and administered by the Institute of Comparative Law (McGill University) and the Georgetown University Law Center. The Institute of Comparative Law’s Director, Helge Dedek, and Georgetown University Law Center’s Franz Werro, currently serve as Co-Editors-in-Chief.
- Annual Bulletin of the Comparative Law Bureau (American Bar Association: 1908–1914, 1933), the first comparative law journal in the U.S.
- American Society of Comparative Law
- International Academy of Comparative Law
- "Welcome to the American Journal of Comparative Law". The American Journal of Comparative Law. Retrieved 2015-06-17.
- "Institute of Comparative Law". Retrieved 2015-06-11.
- "Georgetown University Law Center". Retrieved 2015-06-11.
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