|Author:||George S. Grossman|
|Title:||Legal Research: Historical Foundations of the Electronic Age|
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|Publisher:||Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (September 8, 1994)|
-Legal Information Alert. Brings Frank Shepard and John B. West to life. -Rosalie Sanderson, University of Florida. A most impressive book that would be most appropriate for a graduate level course in this very specialized area. -David Robinson, University of Houston-Downtown.
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America s legal development is traced from the drafting of the Constitution to the Rehnquist Court. 3. Description this book Intended for the general public, the readings in this collection explore the roots of American law from pre-history to ancient Greece and Rome and the common law of England.
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780406625007, 9781483182551. The second part deals with land properties, while the third part talks about legal obligations. The last part details criminal administration and law. The text will be of great use to individuals who have an interest in the development of the common law. Table of Contents. I. Institutional Background. 1-The Centralization of Justice. Local and Customary Laws. Uses at Law. Uses and Conveyancing. Legal Executory Interests.
This article discusses the historical foundations of legal historiography, the professionalization of legal history, internal legal history, and external legal histories. The latter is the history of the law in practice, of legal institutions at work in society rather than legal rules existing in a social, economic, and political vacuum. This article discusses the historical foundations of legal historiography, the professionalization of legal history, internal legal history, and external legal histories. Keywords: internal legal history, external legal history, legal historiography, legal rules, legal process. David Ibbetson is Regius Professor of Civil Law at the University of Cambridge.
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