Private Law: national - global - comparative

Ingeborg Schwenzer, Full Professor (Ordinaria) of Private Law at the University of Basel, will celebrate her 60th birthday in October 2011. For this occasion, a flock of friends, colleagues and students from home and abroad have dedicated this commemorative publication to her.
This impressive two-volume work includes 115 contributions in German, English and French whose content and methodology are as wide-ranging as the achievements of the Ingeborg Schwenzer herself. Particular emphasis is laid on issues of substantive and procedural law concerning families’ and children’s rights, international sales law and the law of obligations.
Author(s):
Andrea Büchler, Markus Müller-Chen
book | published | 1st edition
November 2011 | xxiv + 1872 pp.

Hardback
€217.-


ISBN 9789400002241

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2 volume boxed set

Ingeborg Schwenzer, Full Professor (Ordinaria) of Private Law at the University of Basel, will celebrate her 60th birthday in October 2011. For this occasion, a flock of friends, colleagues and students from home and abroad have dedicated this commemorative publication to her.

This impressive two-volume work includes 115 contributions in German, English and French whose content and methodology are as wide-ranging as the achievements of the Ingeborg Schwenzer herself. Particular emphasis is laid on issues of substantive and procedural law concerning families’ and children’s rights, international sales law and the law of obligations.

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