This review states that the two volumes, "World Litigation law and Practice" and Unit B "Europe" are an up-to-date publication and thus a welcomed event. It goes on to explain how the two studies attempt to provide not only details as to the civil procedure of the country concerned, but also information concerning the general institutional background in which civil litigation takes place. After the review explains how the volumes should facilitate broad-based comparative procedural research, it offers a few suggestions for its continuance.
Peter E. Herzog,
World Litigation Law and Practice,
10 Fordham Int'l L.J. 607
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