Legal History

From Demon to Darling: A Legal History of Wine in America  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at April 2, 2016
From Demon to Darling: A Legal History of Wine in America

Richard Mendelson, "From Demon to Darling: A Legal History of Wine in America"
English | ISBN: 0520259432 | 2009 | EPUB | 320 pages | 2,5 MB
Five Legal Revolutions Since the 17th Century: An Analysis of a Global Legal History

Jean-Louis Halperin, "Five Legal Revolutions Since the 17th Century: An Analysis of a Global Legal History"
2014 | ISBN: 3319058878 | 212 pages | PDF, EPUB | 3 + 1 MB
A History of the County Court, 1846-1971 (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History) [Repost]

A History of the County Court, 1846-1971 (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History) by Patrick Polden
English | Nov. 13, 1999 | ISBN: 0521622328 | 428 Pages | PDF | 1.4 MB

The first full-length account of the establishment of the County Court in England and Wales in 1846 and its work, through to its reconstruction in 1971.
The Law of Treason in England in the Later Middle Ages (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History) by J. G. Bellam

The Law of Treason in England in the Later Middle Ages (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History) by J. G. Bellamy
English | Jan 29, 2004 | ISBN: 0521526388, 052107830X | 284 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Professor Bellamy places the theory of treason in its political setting and analyses the part it played in the development of legal and political thought in this period.

A Legal History of Rome (repost)  

Posted by interes at April 19, 2014
A Legal History of Rome (repost)

A Legal History of Rome by George Mousourakis
English | 2007 | ISBN-10: 0415408946 , 0415408938 | PDF | 296 pages | 1,7 MB

This book equips both lawyer and historian with a complete history of Roman law, from its beginnings c.1000 BC through to its re-discovery in Europe where it was widely applied until the eighteenth century.

A Companion to American Legal History  

Posted by interes at Aug. 2, 2013
A Companion to American Legal History

A Companion to American Legal History by Sally E. Hadden and Alfred L. Brophy
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1444331426 | 596 pages | PDF | 5,4 MB

A Companion to American Legal History presents a compilation of the most recent writings from leading scholars on American legal history from the colonial era through the late twentieth century.
Thinking Like a Lawyer: Essays on Legal History and General History for John Crook on His Eightieth Birthday

Paul McKechnie - Thinking Like a Lawyer: Essays on Legal History and General History for John Crook on His Eightieth Birthday
Published: 2002-05-01 | ISBN: 9004124748 | PDF | 301 pages | 15 MB
Inventing the Criminal: A History of German Criminology, 1880-1945 (Studies in Legal History)

Richard F. Wetzell, "Inventing the Criminal: A History of German Criminology, 1880-1945 (Studies in Legal History)"
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press | ISBN 10: 0807825352 | 2000 | PDF | 368 pages | 1.3 MB
Before Eminent Domain: Toward a History of Expropriation of Land for the Common Good (Studies in Legal History)

Susan Reynolds, "Before Eminent Domain: Toward a History of Expropriation of Land for the Common Good"
The University of North Carolina Press | ISBN: 0807833533 | 2010 | PDF | 186 pages | 1 mb

In this concise history of expropriation of land for the common good in Europe and North America from medieval times to 1800, Susan Reynolds contextualizes the history of an important legal doctrine regarding the relationship between government and the institution of private property.
The Thirteenth Amendment and American Freedom: A Legal History

The Thirteenth Amendment and American Freedom: A Legal History
Publisher: NYU Press | ISBN: 0814782760 | edition 2004 | PDF | 229 pages | 15,8 mb

In this narrative history and contextual analysis of the Thirteenth Amendment, slavery and freedom take center stage. Alexander Tsesis demonstrates how entrenched slavery was in pre-Civil War America, how central it was to the political events that resulted in the Civil War, and how it was the driving force that led to the adoption of an amendment that ultimately provided a substantive assurance of freedom for all American citizens.