Origins Of The Common Law

Author: Arthur Reed Hogue
ISBN: 9780865970540
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Written for the beginning student as well as the experienced scholar, this introductory analysis of the origin and early development or the English common law provides and excellent grounding for the early study of legal history.

Historical Foundations Of The Common Law

Author: S. F. C. Milsom
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 148318255X
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Historical Foundations of the Common Law provides a general overview of the development of the common law. The book is comprised of 14 chapters that are organized into four parts.

The Making Of The Common Law

Author: Paul Brand
Publisher: Hambledon Pr
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This book, which brings together both published and unpublished essays, reflects this broader understanding of legal history. It complements the author's The Origins of the English Legal Profession.

The Common Law Tradition

Author: John Hamilton Baker
Publisher: Burns & Oates
ISBN: 9781852851811
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The Common Law Tradition is about the learned traditions which have shaped the common law and the English legal mind over the centuries: the profession, its structure, its technical language and its literature.

Common Law And Liberal Theory

Author: James Reist Stoner
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas
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Coke, Hobbes, and the origins of American constitutionalism James Reist Stoner.
(2) Canon law was foreign to the common law not only because it was clerics' law
but because it was based upon the principles of Civil Law. Although Coke
sometimes cites Iustinian and indeed borrows Iustinian's title for his Institutes, he
presents common law and Civil Law as opposite sorts of law.” It is difficult to
judge whether Coke's conviction of the inherent superiority of common law to
Civil Law ...