A Primer on the Civil-Law System

  title={A Primer on the Civil-Law System},
  author={James G. Apple},
  • James G. Apple
  • Published 2001
This Federal Judicial Center publication was undertaken in furtherance of the Center's statutory mission to conduct and stimulate research and development for the improvement of judicial administration. The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Federal Judicial Center. 

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