comparative law

Definition of "comparative law"
  1. It is a field of study concentrating on the contrasts, likenesses, and connections among various legal systems
How to use "comparative law" in a sentence
  1. A professor of comparative law will often conduct research into foreign legal systems.
  2. The study of comparative law can give insight into how different countries handle similar legal issues.
  3. Students who study comparative law can develop a broader understanding of how different legal systems function.

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