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Issue 1 (June 2009): The Annual Herbert L. Bernstein Memorial Lecture in Comparative Law: The First Six Years 2002-2007
- Full issue
- Michaels, Ralf (2009) The Bernstein Memorial Lecture: The First Six Years, ix-xii.
- Kötz, Hein (September 10, 2002) Civil Justice Systems in Europe and the United States, 1-16.
- Joerges, Christian (September 16, 2003) Europeanization as a Process: Thoughts on the Europeanization of Private Law, 17-40.
- Mallat, Chibli (September 28, 2004) Constitutions for the 21st Century: Emerging Patterns-the EU, Iraq, Afghanistan..., 41-62.
- Buxbaum, Richard M. (September 27, 2005) Comparative Law as a Bridge Between the Nation-State and the Global Economy: An Essay for Herbert Bernstein, 63-78.
- Ocko, Jonathan K. and Suli, Zhu (November 2, 2006) Political Parties in China's Judiciary, 79-110.
- Lookofsky, Joseph M. (November 13, 2007) Desperately Seeking Subsidiarity: Danish Private Law in the Scandinavian, European and Global Context, 111-130.