A History of European Law

A History of European Law

by Paolo Grossi
     
 

The Making of Europe series is the result of a unique collaboration between five European publishers - Beck in Germany, Wiley-Blackwell in Great Britain and the United States, Critica in Spain, Laterza in Italy, and le Seuil in France. Each book will be published in all five languages. The scope of the series is broad, encompassing the history of ideas as well as

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The Making of Europe series is the result of a unique collaboration between five European publishers - Beck in Germany, Wiley-Blackwell in Great Britain and the United States, Critica in Spain, Laterza in Italy, and le Seuil in France. Each book will be published in all five languages. The scope of the series is broad, encompassing the history of ideas as well as of societies, nations, and states to produce informative, readable, and provocative treatments of central themes in the history of the European peoples and their cultures.

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"With that said, it remains a remarkable work written by a master of his craft. It conveys complex ideas effortlessly and picks out interesting themes throughout." (The Edinburgh Law Review, 1 September 2011)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781405152945
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/06/2010
Series:
Making of Europe Series, #8
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

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"With that said, it remains a remarkable work written by a master of his craft. It conveys complex ideas effortlessly and picks out interesting themes throughout." (The Edinburgh Law Review, 1 September 2011)

Meet the Author

Paolo Grossi (born in Florence in 1933) is Professor of History of Medieval and Modern Law at the University of Florence, and a member of the Accademia dei Lincei. He has recently been appointed   judge in the Constitutional Court of the Italian Republic. His most recent publications include Italian Civil Lawyers: An Historical Profile (2002), Law between Power and the Judicial System (2005), Society, Law, State: A Recovery for Law (2007), The Medieval Judicial System (2008) and First Lesson on Law (2008).

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