COMPARATIVE LEGAL HISTORY

COMPARATIVE LEGAL HISTORY

comparative legal history. A species of comparative law seeking to establish a universal history of law, so that the succession of social phenomena influencing the evolution of the legal world might be better understood. ? This field is closely allied to ethnological jurisprudence, folklore, legal sociology, and jurisprudence. ¡ª Also termed comparative history of law. Cf. descriptive comparative law under COMPARATIVE LAW; COMPARATIVE LEGISLATION.
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