Overall, all articles in the book are thoroughly researched, documented, and presented with in-depth scholarly analyses. Although it is entitled The Landscape of the Legal Professions in the Europe and the USA, the European focus is apparent and dominant. On the other hand, comparative methodology is employed in most of the articles, either through a comparison of Europe nations and the United States, or through comparisons and contrasts among European countries. It will be of invaluable assistance to scholars interested in legal professions and legal system specifically and foreign and comparative law in general. It will be a great addition to academic law libraries collecting materials on legal professions and law practices.
Review of The Landscape of the Legal Professions in Europe and the USA: Continuity and Change. Int'l J. Legal Info. 41, no. 2 (2013): 236-8.