An overview of the ways law is taught by university faculties in the contemporary
world. Surveyed are: institutional network & profile, admission, forms of education,
subjects in theoretico-historical foundations & positive law, alternativity & optionality
of, as well as specialisation in & grades of the studies, forms & the discipline of
participation, and examination. Introduction [ch. I] is followed by country reports
[ch. II] from the socialist orbit (Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia,
Poland, German Democratic Republic, Romania, with notices on Albania, Korea, Mongolia,
Vietnam, China & Cuba) [§1], the Civil Law (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany,
Italy, Sweden, Mexico, with notices on Argentina & Venezuela) [§2A], the Common Law
(Great Britain with England & Scotland, USA, Canada with Quebec, & South Africa) [§2B],
as well as from the Afro–Asian countries (Egypt, Philippines, India, Israel, Japan,
Lebanon, Saud-Arabia, with notices on Ghana, Liberia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rhodesia, Sierra
Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda & the Malgash Republic) [§2C]. The bibliography [ch.
III] is followed by concluding remarks on the issues surveyed [ch. IV].