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Parution : 08/2020
Editeur : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 978-1-1088-5914-1
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Networks and Connections in Legal History

Sous la direction de Michael Lobban, Ian Williams

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Network and Connections in Legal History examines networks of lawyers, legislators and litigators, and how they shaped legal development in Britain and the world. It explores how particular networks of lawyers - from Scotland to East Florida and India - shaped the culture of the forums in which they operated, and how personal connections could be crucial in pressuring the legislature to institute reform - as with twentieth century feminist campaigns. It explores the transmission of legal ideas; what happened to those ideas was not predetermined, but when new connections were made, they could assume a new life. In some cases, new thinkers made intellectual connections not previously conceived, in others it was the new purposes to which ideas and practices were applied which made them adapt. This book shows how networks and connections between people and places have shaped the way that legal ideas and practices are transmitted across time and space.

 

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1 - Introduction
By Michael Lobban, Ian Williams

2 - Networks and Influences
Contextualising Personnel And Procedures In The Court Of Chivalry
By Anthony Musson

3 - Men of Law and Legal Networks in Aberdeen, Principally in 1600–1650
By Adelyn L. M. Wilson

4 - Calling Time at the Bar
First Women Barristers And Their Networks And Connections
By Judith Bourne

5 - The Thistle, the Rose, and the Palm
Scottish And English Judges In British East Florida
By M. C. Mirow

6 - ‘The Bengal Boiler’
Legal Networks In Colonial Calcutta
By Raymond Cocks

7 - The White Ensign on Land
The Royal Navy And Legal Authority In Early Sierra Leone
By Tim Soriano

8 - A Broker’s Advice
Credit Networks And Mortgage Risk In The Eighteenth Century Empire
By Julia Rudolph

9 - Trans-Atlantic Connections
The Many Networks And The Enduring Legacy Of J P Benjamin
By Catharine MacMillan

10 - Interpretatio ex aequo et bono
The Emergence Of Equitable Interpretation In European Legal Scholarship
By Lorenzo Maniscalco

11 - Shakespeare and the European ius commune
By R. H. Helmholz

12 - Law Reporting and Law-Making
The Missing Link In Nineteenth Century Tax Law
By Chantal Stebbings

13 - John Taylor Coleridge and English Criminal Law
By Philip Handler

344 pages.

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