18 December 2019

OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL: Studia Iuridica – Acta of the XXIVth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians (2018, Warsaw)

We learned of the publication, by the journal Studia Iuridica, of the acta of the XXIVth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians, which was organized in Warsaw last year.

Table of contents: 

The Entailed Estate in Polish Law from late 15th to the 20th Century: Exception from General Succession Law and Perpetuation of Estate
 Wojciech Bańczyk 
Government Acting on Itself: Hungarian Cabinet in the Interwar Period
Gábor Bathó 
Foundations of the Uncodified Historical Constitution of Hungary
Zsófia Biró 
The Protection of Oikoi under Extinction by the Eponymous Archon in Ancient Athens: The Law and its Application
Athanasios A. Delios 
The Transformation of Political Crimes and its Impact on the Hungarian Criminal Regulation with Special Regard to the Interwar Period
Izabella Drócsa 
Information Exchange and Relations between Ahhiyawa and the Hittite Empire
Tea Dularidze 
The Influence of the Rules of Succession on the Structure of Hungarian and German Families of Southern Transdanubia in the Early 20th Century
 Dóra Frey 
The Beginning of the Debate on the Codification of Polish Law after the World War I: The Issue of the Codification Commission Autonomy in the Light of Political Declarations
 Michał Gałędek 
The Legal Value of Mos Maiorum in Cicero
 Anna Iacoboni 
The Consolidation of Hungarian Legal Practice with the Austrian Norms in 1861
 Imre Képessy 
Searching for National Components in Building own Legal Culture: The Debate on the Legal Situation of Women in Interwar Poland
 Anna Klimaszewska 
Bankruptcy and the Praetorian Pledge: The Law of the Books and the Law in Action in the Early Modern Netherlands
 Ilya A. Kotlyar 
The Death Penalty, the “Marriage Penalty” and Some Remarks on the Utility of Senecan Research in the Study of Roman Law
 Joanna Kulawiak-Cyrankowska 
On Prosecutor’s Offences in Roman Criminal Trial
Elżbieta Loska 
Main Problems of the Codification Works on Substantive Misdemeanor Law in People’s Poland
Marcin Łysko 
Constitutional Norms in the Polish and Finnish Constitutions of the Interwar Period
Dawid Michalski 
From Scandalous Verdicts to “Suicidal Sentences”: The Reform of the Courts of Assize under the Fascist Regime
Claudia Passarella 
Escaping the Guillotine: The Gap between the Crimes Punishable by Death and the Effective Death Sentences (France, 20th Century)
 Nicolas Picard 
The Nautical Commission in the 19th Century Antwerp
 Stephanie Plasschaert  Between Law in the Books and Law in Action: Counteracting Speculation and Usury in Poland (1918-1920)
Jakub Pokoj 
Norms and Legal Practice of Patriarchalism according to James II’s Advices to His Son (1692)
Balázs Rigó 
Community (Custom) vs. State (Law): The Debate about Property in the Papal States in the 18th – 19th Centuries
 Simone Rosati 
In Search of a Legal Conscience: Juridical Reformism in the Mid-19th Century Peace Movement
 Wouter De Rycke 
Norms and Legal Practice in Ancient Egypt: A Case Study of Irrigation System Management
Aneta Skalec 
Living with the Rules: Gender and the Rule of Law in Herodotus’ Histories
 Helen Tank 
The Conservation in Lyon and the Long Tradition of Coutume and Usage
Cornelis M. in ’t Veld 
Did Totalitarian Experience Shape Democratic Norms? Struggle for the Independence of the Polish Judiciary and its Results: Conclusions from Talks with Professor Adam Strzembosz
 Stanisław Zakroczymski 

All contributions can be found here

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