Volumes

62 Law Without State, January 2017
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Law Without State volume 62For this 62th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law scholars from different substantial fields of law have been invited to speculate over whether there can be (or perhaps already is) law without the state, and if so, the long term consequences.



61 Comparative Law, August 2015
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Comparative Law volume 61The topic of Comparative Law is the focus of this 61st volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law.



60 Law and Development, February 2015
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Law and Development volume 60The contributions in this 60th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law are united by the theme of Law and Development.



59 Environmental Law, March 2014
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Environmental Law volume 59The 59th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law is dedicated to environmental law scholarship from, or relating to, Scandinavia broadly construed, including the whole Nordic region.



58 Soft Law, May 2013
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Soft Law volume 58This 58th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law is dedicated to soft law and presents thirteen articles written by distinguished scholars.



57 Commercial Law, May 2012
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Commercial Law volume 57This 57th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law is dedicated to commercial law and presents eighteen articles written by prominent Scandinavian scholars.



56 ICT Legal Issues, October 2010
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ICT Legal Issues volume 56This volume presents 19 articles on current legal issues relating to information and communication technology (ICT). The development of ICT is presently more intense than ever and innumerous new phenomena emerge continuously. Many of them have a huge impact.

55 Human Rights: Limitations and Proliferation, March 2010
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Human Rights: Limitations and Proliferation volume 55The 55th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) focuses on human rights and the dynamics surrounding them. In 15 articles experts on Jurisprudence, International Law and Legal History discuss the moderation and proliferation of the concept. The contributions have been divided into three sections: General Reflections, Limitations of Human Rights, and Emerging New Human Rights.

54 Criminal Law, September 2009
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Criminal Law volume 54This volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) addresses criminal law. The volume comprises 21 articles and is divided into five sections. In addition to the introduction the discussions concern responsibility, specific offences, sanctions, and international issues.

53 Law and Society, September 2008
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Law and Society volume 53This 53rd volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) is dedicated to the subject and perspectives of Sociology of law. The volume comprises 22 articles and is divided into five sections: theoretical aspects of law, inherent tensions within sociology of law as a science, legal cultures and legal reasoning, the legal profession, and finally, empirical studies primarily dealing with the consequences of law.

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