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The 16th edition of Dicey, Morris & Collins on the Conflict of Laws has been reviewed in the Law Society Gazette

The 16th edition of Dicey, Morris & Collins on the Conflict of Laws has recently been reviewed in the Law Society Gazette. Dicey, Morris & Collins is renowned worldwide as the foremost authority on private international law. Prof. Jonathan Harris KC (Hon.) and Lord Collins of Mapesbury are the joint general editors of the 16th edition, leading a team of specialist editors.

The review notes that, “Dicey is indispensable to practitioners engaged in advising on matters appertaining to the conflict of laws. It provides an authoritative tone notwithstanding that English conflicts of law has no US style ‘Restatement’ or statute law in the continental style. Thanks to Dicey neither a Restatement nor a statute is necessary.”

Prof. Jonathan Harris KC (Hon.)  practises in all core areas of commercial and chancery litigation. He has a pre-eminent reputation in the field of private international law and specialises in cross-border disputes.

Dicey, Morris & Collins on the Conflict of Laws is published by Sweet & Maxwell and is available to purchase online in Hardback, as an eBook on Thomson Reuters ProView, or both together on the Sweet & Maxwell website.