This collection of papers has been brought together to explore and illustrate the contemporary relevance of comparative law and comparative legal studies. This brief introduction sets the scene and considers some of the pervading themes and approaches of this area of legal scholarship, drawing attention to those that are well-established and those that are breaking new ground. As an introduction this paper also sets out the international “smorgasbord” of delights that this collection offers, highlighting the diverse perspectives of the contributing authors and emphasising the continuing relevance and importance of comparative legal study and the rich diversity this approach to law constantly offers.

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Keywords Comparative Law, Comparative legal studies, Contributors
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/121902
Journal Journal of International and Comparative Law
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Farran, S. (Sue), & Örücü, E. (Esin). (2019). The continuing relevance of comparative law and comparative legal studies. Journal of International and Comparative Law, 6(2), 171–173. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/121902