Most would agree that business and trade are now carried out in an international environment, but it is much less widely recognized that the practice of the law of business and technology is also becoming internationalized. Indeed, in many ways we seem to be rapidly moving toward a world legal order that may parallel the world economic order. In th

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Edited ByPhilip S.C. Lewis

part One|67 pages

Approaches from Social Science

chapter 1|20 pages

Law, Legal Institutions, and Economic Development

ByLawrence M. Friedman

chapter 2|8 pages

The Thomas Theorem of Mega Lawyering

ByErhard Blankenburg

part Two|62 pages

The Internationalization of the Legal Profession

chapter 4|44 pages

The International Legal Community in the Pacific Basin

ByJohn Barton, Susan Jordan

part Three|62 pages

Law and Institutions on the Pacific Rim

chapter 7|8 pages

The Role of Lawyers in the Economic Development of Korea

BySeung Doo Yang

chapter 8|30 pages

Litigation in Silicon Valley Industries

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part Four|85 pages

Property Rights in an Advanced Capitalist Economy

chapter 10|19 pages

Administrative Control of Japanese Judges

BySetsuo Miyazawa

part Five|42 pages

Education for the New Lawyer

chapter 11|10 pages

Challenges to Legal Education in Korea

BySang-Hyun Song

chapter 12|21 pages

Legal Education in Japan

ByYasuhei Taniguchi

chapter 13|8 pages

Implications of International Legal Integration for Law Teaching

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