1. Introduction 2. Selection of the Applicable Law by Contract 3. The Scope of Party Autonomy 4. Independence of the Choice of Law Contract 5. Regulating the Choice of Law Contract 6. Agreement to Choose the Applicable Law 7. Formation of the Choice of Law Contract 8. Validity of the Choice of Law Contract 9. Conclusion
Maria Hook is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Otago.
The range, depth and originality of the analysis of complex and intricate aspects of party autonomy in applicable law make this a must read for anyone engaged in research in this field. -- Paul Beaumont, University of Aberdeen and Jonathan Harris, King's College, London The book, that is comparative throughout, thus offers a lot to both European private law and PIL experts. -- Jan M Smits * Maastricht European Private Law Institute Blog *