The Common Law
Much more than an historical examination of liability, criminal law, torts, bail, possession and ownership, and contracts, The Common Law articulates the ideas and judicial theory of one of the greatest justices of the Supreme Court. The John Harvard Library presents a text that is, with occasional corrections of typographical errors, identical to that found in the first and all subsequent printings by Little, Brown.
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Professor G. Edward White also appeared on the Charlottesville, Virginia, politics interview program Politics Matters with host and producer Jan Madeleine Paynter discussing the Supreme Court: http://bit.ly/pm-white
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Early Forms of Liability
The Criminal Law
Torts Trespass and Negligence
Fraud Malice and Intent The Theory of Torts
The Bailee at Common Law
Contract I History
Contract II Elements
Contract III Void and Voidable