Max Rheinstein

Max Rheinstein was a student of Max Weber’s at the University of Munich. He taught law and jurisprudence in Germany and the United States. As Max Pam Professor of Comparative Law at the University of Chicago he was the director of that university’s Comparative Law Research Center. He has written numerous articles on law and jurisprudence; he was an advisor on the American Law Institute’s Restatements of Torts and Property; and he has published books on the law of contracts and of decedents’ estates.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Max Weber on Law in <i>Economy and Society</i>Max Weber on Law in Economy and SocietyWeber, Max
Rheinstein, Max
Shils, Edward A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1954$27.50Currently unavailable
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