The transnational dimensions of legal history scholarship can be seen in an interesting journal featured on the American Studies Association web directory to worldwide American studies journals.
Ad Americam is the journal of the Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora at Jagiellonion University in Krakow, Poland.
The U.S. Legal System is the focus of vol. 6. Here's the table of contents:
The Eighth Amendment and The Concept of Human Dignity
By Patrycja Prostak
From no Protection to High Protection: The Supreme Court on Commercial Speech (1942-1976)
By Pawel Laidler
The Separation of Church and State in the United States. Roy Moore and the Ten Commandments Controversy
By Rafal Prostak
After Affirmative Action
By Radoslaw Rybkowski
U.S. Intervention in Iran (1951-1953)
By Marcin Fatalski
The Main Dimensions of Sino-American Relations 1989-2001
By Marcin Grabowski
Examples of Stock Market Crimes in the United States
By Tomasz Gornikowski
An Explosive Decade. Attitudes of Young People towards the Events of the 1960s in the United States
By Kinga Guzik
Polish-American Military Co-operation in Peace Support Operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1996-1999)
By Dariusz Kozerawski
The Development of American Mass Communication Research
By Tomasz Pludowski
Canada and the European Union in a Comparative Perspective. What brings them closer together in the face of relations with the United States?
By Michal Steckiw
Historical and Ideological Heritage in the Thought of Ayn Rand
By Anna Citkowska-Kimla
The Siren Songs of Rhetoric: On the Rhetorical in Stanley Fish’s Critical Performance
By Leszek Drong
McCarthy and the Press
By Katarzyna Hauzer
The journal is published in English. For the Polish take on these issues in U.S. legal history, you can access the articles here.