The Common Law (Google eBook)
"The Common Law" is a classic work from the great Supreme Court Justice, Oliver Wendell Holmes. In The Common Law, Holmes examines many aspects of the common law giving great attention to the historical perspective and precedence and its influence on modern common law. In this work you will lengthy discussions on several areas of law including: liability, criminal law, torts, contracts, and successions. Extensively annotated, this edition of "The Common Law" will make great reading for any lawyer or student of the law.
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Review: The Common LawUser Review - Robert - Goodreads
Among justices of the Supreme Court, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. is of a tier that accompanied only by a few others, such as John Marshall and perhaps Hugo Black. Before this book was published, Holmes ... Read full review
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This book is one of the three or four books that shaped modern America. It has been in print continuously since 1885. It is both a book of ideas and an artifact; it is written in Victorian American ... Read full review
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