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October 17, 2006

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Fabrizio

I'd like to greet all the people visiting this blog. I'm an italian law student, very interested in comparative law. Something that always attracted me a lot is the confront between different teaching systems. For this reason, I always thought it's very interesting the american university system, cause i know you're lecture are completly different from what we have in most european countries. I always appreciated a system based on case-books instead of big manuals full of theories but nothing "real" and on lectures where students have direct partecipation (and maybe in competition with each other). I'd like to know what's the attention you pay to history of law and comparative law. In particular, from the few contacts i had with american students i got the impression that these topics aren't "the most liked" in the States. Is my opinion wrong?

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