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    Barbara K. Altmann and Rosemary G. Feal, representatives of the Modern Language Association

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    Jack Fitzmier and David Harrington Watt, representatives of the American Academy of Religion

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American Society of Comparative Law

Founded: 1951     Admitted to ACLS: 1995

The purpose of the society, formerly, The American Association for the Comparative Study of Law, Inc., incorporated in New York in 1951, "is to promote the comparative study of law and the understanding of foreign legal systems; to establish, maintain and publish without profit a comparative law journal; and to provide for research and the publication without profit of writings, books, papers and pamphlets relating to comparative, foreign or private international law."

CEO Representative and Society Contact

James A.R. Nafziger
Chief Administrative Officer
American Society of Comparative Law
jnafzige@willamette.edu

Willamette University

Delegate

Vivian Curran
University of Pittsburgh
vcurran@pitt.edu
term ends 12/31/2019

President

David J. Gerber
Illinois Institute of Technology
dgerber@kentlaw.iit.edu
term ends 10/1/2017

Membership:

Individual: 97

American Society of Comparative Law

American Society of Comparative Law

University of Baltimore School of Law
1420 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Tel: 860-570-5172
Fax: 860-570-5366


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