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Development of Common Law Comparative Law Class 10
Norman Law 1066: Battle of Hastings Impact of Norman administration on legal development
Medieval English Law King’s Courts (Exchequer, Common Please, King’s Bench) Writ (breve)
- Bracton (d. 1268) and Glanvill (d. 1190) Wrote books listing writs then in practice
Statute of Westminster II (1285) In consimili casu How was the writ system affected by this statute?
English Law and Roman Law Was there a reception of Roman law into English law? How is English law similar to Roman law?
Law and Equity Lord Chancellor How did equity develop and why? What rules and remedies did equity develop?
Role of Practicing Lawyers What are the Inns of Court? Lincoln’s Inn, Gray’s Inn, Inner Temple, and Middle Temple still exist today How did practicing lawyers affect English law?
Inner Temple Hall
Seventeenth Century Common law and individual liberties Sir Edward Coke
Age of Settlement Peaceful time Eminent judges William Blackstone
Nineteenth Century: Reform Why did Jeremy Bentham support codification? Was he successful? How was the law reformed in the 19 th century?
The law elsewhere in the British Isles Wales Scotland Channel Islands (eg. Jersey, Guernsey)
Common Law definition:
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Sources and Varieties of English Law
English Legal and Constitutional History From 1066 to 1875.
Background Information William the Conqueror Norman (in France) who claimed the throne of England October 14, 1066 is the last time England was invaded.
What is Common Law? So what is Common Law?
Comparative Law Spring 2002 Class 37 Columbus School of Law The Catholic University of America Professor Fischer April 17, 2002.
The Struggle for Power in England and France
British Judicial System
Comparative Law Spring 2003 Professor Susanna Fischer ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM ENGLISH LEGAL PROFESSION April 10, 2003.
The Impact Today: Ancient Rome literary works exist today because they were copied by monks. The influence of English common law is seen in our American.
British Literature Unit II The Medieval Period
British history Brief outline.
Comparative Law Spring 2002 Professor Susanna Fischer ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM ENGLISH LEGAL PROFESSION April 8, 2003.
Birth of Kingdoms. Objectives Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthened English royal power. Analyze the traditions of government that.
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