Comparative law in a global context : the legal systems of Asia and Africa / Werner Menski.
- New York : Cambridge University Press 
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- Comparative law and legal theory from a global perspective -- Legal pluralism -- Comparative jurisprudence : images and reflections of law -- Hindu law : the search for appropriateness -- Islamic law : god's law or men's law? -- African law : the search for law -- Chinese law : code and conduct.
- Print version:: Menski, Werner. Comparative law in a global context. New York : Cambridge University Press, ©2006
- Develops a new approach to understanding law as an internally plural interactive phenomenon in a globalising world. Menski combines the major schools of legal thought to develop a new pluralist approach to understanding law, based on the history and concepts of Hindu law, Muslim law, African laws and Chinese law.
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