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He basically devoted his entire life to Harvard. Despite his comfortable position at the world’s foremost institution for legal learning, von Mehren seized nearly every opportunity to further his knowledge of foreign legal systems by spending time abroad. He was a Visiting Professor, inter alia, in Tokyo (1956–1957), New Delhi (1962–1963), Frankfurt (1967), Rome (1968–1969), Paris (1977), Cambridge (1983–1984), Berlin (1990–1991), and Hong Kong (1995). In July 1996, he gave the General Course on Private International Law at the Hague Academy of International Law.
Rev. 94 (2000). , inter alia, the volume Law in Japan: The Legal Order in a Changing Society (Arthur T. , 1963). The book was translated into Japanese and published in Japan (1965). 19:15 P1: KAE 9780521871303c03 CUFX138/Gottschalk 978 0 521 87130 3 Building Bridges between Legal Systems August 22, 2007 21 a 1-year stay as a Fulbright Research Professor at the University of Tokyo in 1956–1957. At a time when the astonishing rise of the Japanese economy had not yet begun, Arthur von Mehren put Japanese law on the map.
Php. Robert von Mehren went on to become a preeminent Wall Street lawyer. He is also the author of various publications. Cf. Arthur E. Sutherland, The Law at Harvard: A History of Ideas and Men 1817–1967, 332–37 (1967). , at 336 note 6. 10 In the fall of 1948, von Mehren went to Paris for a year at the Sorbonne where he studied French law. When von Mehren returned to Harvard in 1949 to start teaching comparative law, he was able to draw on a profound knowledge of the French, the German, and the Swiss legal systems.