22 June 2015

JOURNAL: The Journal of Legal History XXXVI (2015), No. 2

(image source: Routledge)

The Journal of Legal History (Routledge) just published its second issue of 2015.

  • "Coke, Collusion, and Conveyances: Unearthing the Roots of Twyne's Case" (Constantin Willems)
  • "Equity without Chancery: The Fusion of Law and Equity in the Field Code of Civil Procedure, New York 1846–76" (Kellen Funk)
  • "The Transatlantic Origins of the Business Trust" (Jonathan Silberstein-Leib)
  • "Making Money: Coin, Currency and the Coming of Capitalism" (Victoria Barnes)

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