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Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law : Paul Brand : 9781107018976

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The volume is innovative in its approach to legal history. How do I set a reading intention To set a reading intention, click through to any list item, and look for the panel on the left hand side: Welcome to London South Bank University's online reading list system. The spokesmen in medieval courts: the unknown leading judges of the customary law and makers of the first continental law reports Dirk Heirbaut; 11. Paul Brand is Professor of English Legal History at the University of Oxford and a Senior Research Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. The Legal Realists of the 1920s and 1930s rightly questioned the pre-eminence given to the study of decision-making in the courts in American legal education, and similar ideas have entered British and Commonwealth legal education in the past generation; the utterances of judges are not taken as the sum of, or even the core of, the law. Contributors describe and analyse aspects of judicial activity, in the widest possible legal and social contexts, across two millennia.

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Judges and judging 1176-1307 Paul Brand; 2. This volume of essays by leading legal historians addresses the history of judges and judging, with comparisons not only between British, American and Commonwealth experience, but also with the judiciary in civil law countries. None of the essays offer straight doctrinal exegesis; none take refuge in old-fashioned judicial biography. It is not the law itself, but the process of law-making in courts, that is the focus of inquiry. None of the essays offer straight doctrinal exegesis; none take refuge in old-fashioned judicial biography. In this collection of essays, leading legal historians address significant topics in the history of judges and judging, with comparisons not only between British, American and Commonwealth experience, but also with the judiciary in civil law countries.

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judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law br and paul getzler joshua

The volume is a selection of the best papers from the 18th British Legal History Conference. He works on English medieval legal history and has written monographs on The origins of the English legal profession 1992 and on Kings, Barons and Justices: The Making and Enforcement of Legislation in Thirteenth-Century England 2003 as well as editing four volumes of The Earliest English Law Reports and the two earliest volumes of The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England. The Supreme Court of Holland and Zeeland judging cases in the early 18th century A. Early modern judges and the practice of precedent Ian Williams; 4. A selection of the papers presented at the conference has now been revised and edited to form the chapters of this volume.

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Judges And Judging In The History Of The Common Law And Civil Law

judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law br and paul getzler joshua

The volume is a selection of the best papers from the 18th British Legal History Conference. The volume is innovative in its approach to legal history. The volume is innovative in its approach to legal history. Joshua Getzler is a fellow and tutor at St Hugh's College, Oxford and Professor of Law and Legal History in the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. Perhaps the theme of the conference and of this publication needs some initial explanation. The volume is invative in its approach to legal history. None of the essays offer straight doctrinal exegesis; none take refuge in old-fashioned judicial biography.

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Description Description In this collection of essays, leading legal historians address significant topics in the history of judges and judging, with comparisons t only between British, American and Commonwealth experience, but also with the judiciary in civil law countries. Judges and judging in colonial New Zealand: where did native title fit in? It is not the law itself, but the process of law-making in courts, that is the focus of inquiry. Bifurcation and the Bench: the influence of the jury on English conceptions of the judiciary John H. The volume is a selection of the best papers from the 18th British Legal History Conference. The volume is a selection of the best papers from the 18th British Legal History Conference. None of the essays offer straight doctrinal exegesis; ne take refuge in old-fashioned judicial biography. Remedy of prohibition against Roman judges in civil trials Ernest Metzger; 10.

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Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law. From Antiquit

judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law br and paul getzler joshua

Contributors describe and analyse aspects of judicial activity, in the widest possible legal and social contexts, across two millennia. It is not the law itself, but the process of law-making in courts, that is the focus of inquiry. The essays cover English common law, continental customary law and ius commune, and aspects of the common law system in the British Empire. None of the essays offer straight doctrinal exegesis; none take refuge in old-fashioned judicial biography. The essays cover English common law, continental customary law and ius commune, and aspects of the common law system in the British Empire.

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Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law

judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law br and paul getzler joshua

The volume is innovative in its approach to legal history. Some difficulties of colonial judging: the Bahamas 1886-93 Martin J. Judges and the criminal law in England 1808-61 Phil Handler; 8. It is not the law itself, but the process of law-making in courts, that is the focus of inquiry. The Legal Realists of the 1920s and 1930s rightly questioned the pre-eminence given to the study of decision-making in the courts in American legal education, and similar ideas have entered British and Commonwealth legal education in the past generation; the utterances of judges are not taken as the sum of, or even the core of, the law.

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Bifurcation and the Bench: the influence of the jury on English conceptions of the judiciary John H. But this is hardly news for legal historians. Some difficulties of colonial judging: the Bahamas 1886-1893 Martin J. The E-mail message field is required. The spokesmen in medieval courts: the unknown leading judges of the customary law and makers of the first continental law reports Dirk Heirbaut; 11. Superior courts in early modern France, England and the Holy Roman Empire Ulrike Muessig; 12.

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Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law. From Antiquit

judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law br and paul getzler joshua

It is not the law itself, but the process of law-making in courts, that is the focus of inquiry. Judges and judging in colonial New Zealand: where did native title fit in? For the Missionary and pain researcher, see Dr. Judges and the criminal law in England 1808-1861 Phil Handler; 8. Author Biography Paul Brand is a Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford. The Supreme Court of Holland and Zeeland judging cases in the early 18th century A. Setting up reading intentions help you organise your course reading. It makes it easy to scan through your lists and keep track of progress.

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