23 December 2016

JOURNAL: Comparative Legal History IV (2016), No. 2

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The society's journal Comparative Legal History (Routledge/Taylor & Francis) published its second issue.

Our members receive a copy as part of their annual membership fee.

Table of contents:
Editorial (Heikki Pihlajamäkki & Aniceto Masferrer)

Codification as nationalisation or denationalisation of law: the Spanish case in comparative perspective (Aniceto Masferrer)

The United Kingdom and Imperial federation, 1900 to 1939: a precedent for British legal relations with the European Union? (Thomas Mohr)

Forced money: legal development of a criminal economic rule (Dror Goldberg)

Orientalist reflections in early Israeli law: (new) perspectives on the issue of polygamy (Omer Aloni)

Book reviews:

The shape of the state in Medieval Scotland, 1124–1290 (Andrew RC Simpson)

The right to wage war (jus ad bellum): the German reception of Grotius 50 years after De iure belli ac pacis (Sören Koch)

Vangnet of springplank? Het buitencontractuele aansprakelijkheidsrecht in een moderne samenleving (1804-heden) (Lotte Meurkens)

Magna Carta (Anthony Musson)

The Trial and crucifixion of Jesus: texts and commentary (Wim Decock)

Le Code Noir: Idées reçues sur un texte symbolique (Adriana Chira)

The method and culture of comparative law: essays in honour of Marc Van Hoecke (Jöorg Fedtke)

 Political imprisonment and the Irish, 1912-1921 (Richard McMahon)

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