Edinburgh University Press has published a textbook guide to how Roman law influenced Scots law.
ABOUT THE BOOK
A textbook guide to how Roman law influenced Scots law, supported with online student resources
- Gives a clear, general account of Roman private law: how it developed and how it was administered
- Explains how Roman law influenced later law in Scotland and elsewhere
- Guides readers in using Roman materials for modern legal problems
- Includes chapter summaries and suggestions for further reading
From property law to delict and unjustified enrichment, this textbook focuses on those areas of Roman law that have been most influential on Scots law.
By using this book, students will enter practice with a greater depth of understanding of the roots of modern Scots law, helping them to feel confident in using Roman materials when tackling today's legal problems.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Craig Anderson is Lecturer in Law at Robert Gordon University.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I: The Historical and Constitutional Context of Roman Law
Part II: The Law of Persons
Part III: The Law of Things – Property
Part IV: The Law of Things – Succession
Part V: The Law of Things – Obligations
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