Historical Foundations Of The Common Law

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Butterworths, 1981 - Law - 475 pages
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This is a most important book on the origins of English common law, albeit one that is difficult to read and comprehend at first glance. Milsom challenges the prevailing view, championed by the great ... Read full review

Contents

A GENERAL VIEW
1
THE CENTRALISATION OF JUSTICE
11
THE INSTITUTIONS OF THE COMMON LAW IN ITS FIRST FORMATIVE
37
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