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Mixed jurisdictions and mixed legal systems

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1) Mixed Jurisdictions, Language, Legislatures and Courts [.pdf]
(2003) 78 Tul. L. Rev. 176-218.

2) Mixed jurisdictions: common law vs. civil law (codified and uncodified) [.pdf]
(2000) 60 La. L. Rev. 677-738
(reprinted in Chinese translation by Peking University Press, (2003) 3 Private law Review 99-175).

3) Mixed Jurisdictions: common law vs. civil law (codified and uncodified) (Part I)
4 Uniform L. Rev. (N.S.) 1999-3, 591-619
(reprinted in Chinese translation by Peking University Press,
(2003) 3 Private Law Review 99-175).

4) Mixed Jurisdictions: common law vs. civil law (codified and uncodified) (Part II)
4 Uniform L. Rev. (N.S.) 1999-4, 877-908.
(reprinted in Chinese translation by Peking University Press,
(2003) 3 Private Law Review 99-175).

5) Maritime Law as a Mixed Legal System (With Particular Reference to the Distinctive Nature of American Maritime Law, Which Benefits from both Its Civil and Common Law Heritages)
(1999) 23 Tul. Mar. L.J. 317-350.