20 October 2015

JOURNAL: The Journal of Legal History (Routledge), XXXVI (2015), Nr. 3

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The Journal of Legal History published its latest issue.

Romano-Canonical Procedure in Reformation Scotland: The Example of the Court of the Commissaries of Edinburgh
Thomas M. Green (pages 217-235)
Walter Scott and the Reform of the Scottish Judicature 1806–10
Kathryn Chittick (pages 236-259)

Male Violence, Marital Unity, and the History of the Interspousal Tort Immunity
Karen Pearlston (pages 260-298)

Trust Law Goes East: The Transplantation of Trust Law in India and Beyond
Stelios Tofaris (pages 299-332)
Book Reviews:
Sir Edward Coke and the Reformation of the Laws: Religion, Politics and Jurisprudence, 1578–1616
Ian Williams (pages 333-335) 
Law, Liberty and the Constitution: A Brief History of the Common Law
David Foster (pages 336-338)
Progressive Corporate Governance for the 21st Century
Victoria Barnes (pages 338-341)
 More information on the Taylor and Francis website.

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