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  1. Women in the Medieval Common Law c.1170-1500 - ISBN 9781472439802

    Women in the Medieval Common Law c.1170-1500

    £61.25

    Publication date 01 January 2021
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  2. Monks and Church Law in Medieval Italy, c.1000 - c.1140 - ISBN 9781409429579

    Monks and Church Law in Medieval Italy, c.1000 - c.1140

    £99.00

    Publication date 01 January 2021
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  3. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined by John Austin - ISBN 9780367027513

    The Province of Jurisprudence Determined by John Austin

    £26.35

    Publication date 23 November 2020
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  4. Intellectual Property and Victorian Inquiry - ISBN 9781509914029

    Intellectual Property and Victorian Inquiry

    £64.85

    Publication date 12 November 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  5. A Commentary on Demosthenes' Against Androtion: Introduction, Text, and Translation - ISBN 9780198784524

    A Commentary on Demosthenes' Against Androtion: Introduction, Text, and Translation

    £94.30

    This volume provides a detailed commentary on Demosthenes' speech Against Androtion (Demosthenes 22). It includes the Greek text of the speech (reproduced from M. R. Dilts' Oxford Classical Texts edition), as well as an English translation and an extensive introduction. Learn More
    Publication date 01 November 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  6. Execution Culture in Nineteenth Century Britain: From Public Spectacle to Hidden Ritual - ISBN 9780367332457

    Execution Culture in Nineteenth Century Britain: From Public Spectacle to Hidden Ritual

    £113.15

    Publication date 30 September 2020
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  7. Photographing Crime Scenes in Twentieth-Century London: Microhistories of Domestic Murder - ISBN 9781350089419

    Photographing Crime Scenes in Twentieth-Century London: Microhistories of Domestic Murder

    £78.75

    Publication date 03 September 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  8. Why Crime?: Some Causes and Remedies from the Psychological Standpoint - ISBN 9780367136208

    Why Crime?: Some Causes and Remedies from the Psychological Standpoint

    £26.35

    Publication date 15 July 2020
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  9. Law and the Russian State - ISBN 9781350170537

    Law and the Russian State

    £26.85

    Publication date 25 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  10. Roman Law and the Idea of Europe - ISBN 9781350170230

    Roman Law and the Idea of Europe

    £26.85

    Publication date 25 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  11. A History of the Hungarian Constitution: Law, Government and Political Culture in Central Europe - ISBN 9781350170186

    A History of the Hungarian Constitution: Law, Government and Political Culture in Central Europe

    £26.85

    Publication date 25 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  12. The Role of Circuit Courts in the Formation of United States Law in the Early Republic: Following Supreme Court Justices Washington, Livingston, Story and Thompson - ISBN 9781509939473
  13. Historians at the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial: Their Role as Expert Witnesses - ISBN 9780755606689

    Historians at the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial: Their Role as Expert Witnesses

    £26.85

    Publication date 16 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  14. Custom, Common Law, and the Constitution of English Renaissance Literature - ISBN 9780198861430

    Custom, Common Law, and the Constitution of English Renaissance Literature

    £51.85

    A study of the concept of custom, the basis of England's common law, in literary experiments of sixteenth-century England and Ireland. Learn More
    Publication date 01 June 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  15. The Myth of Judicial Independence - ISBN 9780198822103

    The Myth of Judicial Independence

    £75.40

    This book contests the existence of "judicial independence". It maintains that civil servants, historically and up to the present day, have advanced executive mission-creep and eroded common law principles via their influence over the Judges' Rules. Learn More
    Publication date 01 June 2020
    By Oxford University Press

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