International Association of Legal Science (IALS)
Association internationale des sciences juridiques (AISJ)
Asociación Internacional de Ciencias Juridicas
Internationaler Verband für Rechtswissenschaft
Mezdunarodnaja Associacija Juridiceskih Nauk
1950-07-19 London UK
19 Jul 1950, London (UK), under the auspices of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, as International Committee of Comparative Law -- Comité international de droit comparé (CIDC). Enlarged and present title adopted Mar 1955. Registered in accordance with French law.
Foster development of legal science worldwide through study of foreign law and use of the comparative method; assist international exchange and meetings among jurists and access to legal sources, publications and documents; encourage development in every country of institutions devoted to the study of law and comparative law, and stimulate their creation in countries where they do not exist.
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