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Öffentliches Recht im Assessorexamen. Klausurtypen, wiederkehrende Probleme und Formulierungshilfen by Roland Kintz
Die BGB-Klausur by Uwe Diederichsen1
Einführung in das englische Recht by Christoph Graf von Bernstorff
Einführung in das japanische Recht by Hans Peter Marutschke
Einführung in das kanadische Recht by Stephan Handschug
Einführung in das niederländische Recht by Wolfgang Mincke
Einführung in das polnische Recht by Fryderyk Zoll
Einführung in das Öffentliche Recht der USA by Winfried Brugger
Fälle zum Völkerrecht by Bernhard Kempen
Fälle zum Wettbewerbs- und Kartellrecht by Volker Emmerich
Strafrecht im Assessorexamen by Gereon Wolters
Einführung in das anglo-amerikanische Recht : Rechtsquellenlehre, Methode der Rechtsfindung, Arbeiten mit praktischen Rechtsfällen by Dieter Blumenwitz2
JuS-Schriftenreihe, H.5, Öffentliches Recht in der Fallbearbeitung by Gunther Schwerdtfeger5
JuS-Schriftenreihe, H.12, Die Strafrechtsklausur by Gunther Arzt12
Internationales Privatrecht by Bernd von Hoffmann18
Gesetzliche Schuldverhältnisse by Dieter Medicus50
Die Handels- und Steuerbilanz by Günter Wöhe56
JuS-Schriftenreihe, H.80, Das Recht des unlauteren Wettbewerbs by Volker Emmerich80
Materielles Recht im Zivilprozeß. Schwerpunkte der zivilrichterlichen Praxis by Otto Tempel85
Bürgerliches Recht by Barbara Grunewald87
Fälle zum Staatsorganisationsrecht by Wolfram Höfling92
Juristische Methodenlehre by Reinhold Zippelius93
Fälle zum Polizei- und Ordnungsrecht by Gilbert-Hanno Gornig125
Einführung in das skandinavische Recht by Gerhard Ring137
Einführung in das schweizerische Recht by Martina Wittibschlager143
Europäische Menschenrechtskonvention: Mit rechtsvergleichenden Bezügen zum deutschen Grundgesetz by Anne Peters161
Einführung in das türkische Recht by Christian Rumpf169

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