TREATISE ON THE CONFLICT OF LAWS
Item #: 13694
Published: Union; Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.; 2004.
Subjects: CONFLICT OF LAWS, COMPARATIVE LAW
Reprint of the first edition. Beale's treatise ranks withWilliston on Contracts and Wigmore on Evidence as one of theundisputed classics of twentieth-century American law. Infact, Jerome Frank claimed in Law and Modern Mind that itmay be the best legal work produced in his lifetime (48).The reasons for its importance are summarized nicely in anearly review: "In the first place, it contains the mostexhaustive collection of the American cases on the conflictof laws ever made. In the second place, it gives us thematured conclusions of the outstanding American student onthe subject, conclusions arrived at and expressed in theprevailing philosophy of the legal profession" (WalterWheler Cooke, Columbia Law Review 35: 1154-1162).Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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