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The German word Festschrift is now the universally accepted term in the academy for a published collection of legal essays written by several authors to honour a distinguished jurist or to mark a significant legal event. The number of Festschriften honouring common lawyers has increased enormously in the last thirty years.
Until now, the numerous scholarly contributions to these volumes have not been adequately indexed.
This Index fills that bibliographic gap. The entries included in this work refer to some common law Festschriften indexed by author, subject keyword, editor, title, honorand and date. It therefore includes over 5, chapter entries.
In addition, there are more than a thousand entries of English language contributions to predominantly foreign language, non-common law legal Festschriften from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
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Enquiries concerning reproduction which may not be covered by the above should be addressed to Hart Publishing at the address below. The generous funding provided by the Law Foundation of New Zealand was essential to undertaking the production of this Index.
I am grateful for the faith they have shown in this project. I am grateful to them both. This Index is dedicated to Sir David, not only for his support of this project and his numerous contributions to common law Festschriften, but also for his long-standing support of the research environment in New Zealand.
A large number of jurists and librarians and happily these are not mutually exclusive groups gave advice and supported the project in various ways. The following listing is in alphabetical order: Margaret Leary and her team at the University of Michigan Law Library sent much material and this sped up the process considerably.
The production of that web-based Index — also funded by the Law Foundation of New Zealand — was a team effort and a very rewarding one. Roslyn Smith, an experienced law book v vi Acknowledgements cataloguer and law librarian, was involved throughout and shouldered much of the workload of indexing, cataloguing and inputting with good cheer and dedication.
The Index would not have been completed without her considerable efforts and devotion to the project. Bernice Cole, another experienced law librarian, came to our aid when another pair of hands was needed and she input all the English language contributions to the foreign language legal Festschriften, as well as assisting Roslyn on the others.
Both Roslyn and Bernice have worked there, and it has been my primary law library for more than thirty years. The Digital Services division at the University of Auckland Library provided invaluable experience and expertise in constructing the web-based database, and ensured that it could be converted into physical book form.
Brian Flaherty was very helpful and Leonie Hayes created an excellent database out of thin air, and transported the data to Hart Publishing. Mary-Rose Russell contributed also to the design and usability of the database.
All grants have to be administered, and Jonathan Taylor did this extremely well. Many other law school colleagues have taken an interest in the project over the last four years, and made suggestions for improvements.
They help make Auckland Law School a remarkably good place to work. All scholarship builds on the work of others, and bibliography is no exception. The pioneer in relation to common law Festschriften was Lilly Melchior Roberts, whose writings about legal Festschriften proved invaluable as a starting point.
Ms Roberts was educated in Germany and was an appellate court judge in Berlin before leaving Germany in the s. She worked first as a research assistant at Michigan Law School from for Professor Ernst Rabel, also a refugee from Germany and from then until her death in she worked in the Michigan Law School Library.
Her spirit lives on at the Michigan Law School Library, as shown by the unstinting help this project has received from Margaret Leary and her colleagues there. As explained more fully in Chapter 1, they and their publishers kindly allowed me to incorporate into this index all the English language contributions from their impressive bibliographies of legal Festschriften published in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Nordic countries.
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