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This 57th volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law is dedicated to commercial law and presents eighteen articles written by prominent Scandinavian scholars.
Law LibrariesReliance on routines to avoid mistakes is a self-evident feature of many fields of human activity. The commercial pilot preparing for take-off, the engineer designing a bridge and the insurance company introducing a new product all depend on proven methods to ensure that nothing important is forgotten and to assess the consequences of planned measures.
Essays in Honor of Jes BjarupJurisprudence is a generic term denoting the science and philosophy of law. In this respect, the word "jurisprudence" is often used to distinguish studies focusing on aspects of legal form and method from investigations concentrating on the content of the law, i.e. substantive law issues. In the Scandinavian countries, the latter often are referred to as studies in legal dogmatics.