Archive for July 24th, 2008

I recently came across Stanford Law School’s Global Class Actions Exchange, a fantastic resource for anyone interested in trends in class, group, mass and other collective actions outside the U.S.  The site offers a collection of papers presented by legal scholars from various countries on group action issues at a symposium held at Oxford University last December.  It also provides a collection of links to related class action statutes, proposed legislation and rules from various countries in South America, Europe, and Asia.  I have added a permanent link to this great online resource to the Lawyers’ Resources section on ClassActionBlawg.com.

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