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Comparative Law

Comparative law is the study of different legal systems on an international level. Graduates of such programs may pursue work as lawyers, international business consultants or government administrators. Read this article to learn more.

Inside Comparative Law

Comparative law is an academic discipline concerned with comparing and contrasting the legal systems of different countries. Lawyers who understand international laws may help individuals and corporations with a range of legal issues. For instance, knowledge of foreign trade and tax laws can benefit businesses involved in the transport of goods, people or services across international borders. Learn more about comparative law by reading some of the Study.com articles linked below.

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Comparative law programs are offered at the graduate level within law schools and are often available through departments that combine comparative, international and foreign law studies. The law school admissions process can be highly selective; applicants must first earn a bachelor's degree and take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).

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