"The Comparative Law Review is a peer-reviewed, English language journal concerned to engage with the theoretical exploration of legal systems and the mutual intersections of Law and Culture. The principal aim of the CoLR is to reassess the understanding of comparativism so to provide an international forum for academic research and to orient the new trends of scholarly debate on central subject-matters, such as the critical construction of legal traditions, the governance of legal order, the subtle interfaces between Law and Politics, the jurisdictional projects, the undertaking of a new legal geopolitics, the economic dimension of legal changes, the mutable forms of global scenarios"--Vol. 1, no. 1, Mission statement, as viewed online 2 Aug. 2010.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 1 (spring 2010); title from cover image (publisher’s Web site, April 16, 2013).
Latest issue consulted: Vol. 3, no. 2 (fall 2012) (publisher’s Web site, April 16, 2013).