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The author analyzes the structure of comparative jurisprudence as an independent law science. Four-tier structure of comparative and legal knowledge is presented, the prospect of development of its elements within separate training courses is established, the need of integrated conceptual development of comparative-legal researches in meso- and microlevels is defined.

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M. Yu. Spirin

Samara State University

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Email: morenov.sv@ssau.ru
Russian Federation


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