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From the Publisher"Zimmermann argues with his well-known authority, enthusiasm and style. Tracing the development of German law by analysing the decisions of the Imperial Court, makes fascinating reading for an audience trained in common law and who may not expect such rigorous interest in court cases in the civilian tradition. ...Though the work essentially informs us more about German law, it is a real contribution to the convergence debate that challenges the divergence thesis." - The Irish Jurist 2001
"This is an awe-inspiringly dense volume, packed with thought-provoking insights, and delivered with a voice of tremendous authority. There is much here to appeal not only to all those with an interest in how legal systems and legal education influence one another, but also to those seeking a vade mecum to the world of comparative private law."
—Law Quarterly Review, 1 Jan 2002