This book brings together two scholarly traditions: experts in
Roman, Jewish and Islamic law, an area where scholars tend to be
familiar with work in each area, and experts in the legal
traditions of South and East Asia, which have tended to be less
interdisciplinary. The resulting mix produces new ways of looking
at comparative law and legal history from a global perspective, and
these essays contribute both to our understanding of comparative
religion as well as comparative law.
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