EDITORIAL Dear Reader, The Tilburg Foreign Law Review is a brand new journal on Foreign and Comparative law. It is compiled and edited by us, law students at the Tilburg University. Why a new j o u r n a l ? Nowadays there are a lot of law journals on the market. A lot of them cover the same subjects, but what is not covered enough is just plain Foreign Law. International and domestic journals give plenty of information about your home country and the international community. But what about the law from your neighbouring countries and those on the other side of the world, with sometimes familiar but also strange, exciting and exotic cultures. This lack is disappearing with this law journal. Of course we cannot cover the whole world at once, but we are working towards that. For an idealistic reason we hope that in the follow up of reading about familiar and unknown law systems, the understanding between the countries of our world will get better. We hope that it will improve the meaning and extent of international law, but the facts about that are printed in other journals. This first issue creates the
Tilburg Law Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1991
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