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Legal Ideology And Incorporation Ii: Sir Thomas Ridley, Charles Molloy, And The Literary Battle For The Law Merchant, 1607-1676, Daniel R. Coquillette Mar 1981

Legal Ideology And Incorporation Ii: Sir Thomas Ridley, Charles Molloy, And The Literary Battle For The Law Merchant, 1607-1676, Daniel R. Coquillette

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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Ideology And Incorporation Ii: Sir Thomas Ridley, Charles Molloy, And The Literary Battle For The Law Merchant, 1607-1676, Daniel R. Coquillette Feb 1981

Ideology And Incorporation Ii: Sir Thomas Ridley, Charles Molloy, And The Literary Battle For The Law Merchant, 1607-1676, Daniel R. Coquillette

Daniel R. Coquillette

No abstract provided.


Legal Ideology And Incorporation I: The English Civilian Writers, 1523-1607, Daniel R. Coquillette Jan 1981

Legal Ideology And Incorporation I: The English Civilian Writers, 1523-1607, Daniel R. Coquillette

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

No abstract provided.


The Path Of Legal Education From Edward I To Langdell: A History Of Insular Reaction, Ralph Michael Stein Jan 1981

The Path Of Legal Education From Edward I To Langdell: A History Of Insular Reaction, Ralph Michael Stein

Pace Law Faculty Publications

This article presents an analytic overview of key aspects in the history of legal education in England and the United States from the time of Edward I to the end of the last century. The response of lawyers and legal educators to the perceived need to protect the profession from a variety of ills and plagues is explored. The development of a sense of professionalism by those engaged in the teaching of law, a sense of professionalism that was reactive to public perception about lawyers as well as to academic dismay at the roles played by lawyers, will be explored ...


A Sect Apart: A History Of The Legal Troubles Of The Shakers, Ralph Michael Stein Jan 1981

A Sect Apart: A History Of The Legal Troubles Of The Shakers, Ralph Michael Stein

Pace Law Faculty Publications

This article explores the Shaker experience in nineteenth century America, particularly their relationship to legislative bodies and courts and analyzes the reasons underlying the persistent, selective, official persecution of this group.


Legal Ideology And Incorporation I: The English Civilian Writers, 1523-1607, Daniel R. Coquillette Dec 1980

Legal Ideology And Incorporation I: The English Civilian Writers, 1523-1607, Daniel R. Coquillette

Daniel R. Coquillette

No abstract provided.