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The Nature and Enforcement of Choice of Court Agreements: A Comparative Study (Studies in Private International Law) Paperback – February 20, 2020

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“...highly recommendable for all who are interested in choice of court agreements!” ―conflictoflaws.net

“This book has been meticulously researched. It is a delight at both the conceptual/theoretical and the practical level (part of the book is so practical as to include suggestions for specific contractual clauses). Just as practitioners will enjoy its use as a reference work for case-law and statutory development particularly in the EU and its Member States, so too will those with an interest in the public/private international law divide appreciate the important scholarly contribution the author has made. A tour de force, the fruits of which are much recommended.” ―The Modern Law Review

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Mukarrum Ahmed is Lecturer in Business Law at Lancaster University and a barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

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