LAW AND CRIMINALITY IN THE MIDDLE AGES: ACADEMIC ESSAYS by Professor Onyoo Elizabeth Kim of Handong University in Korea is an academic feat in legal studies. Trained by America's best medieval canon lawyers and having had extensive medieval law research experience in Europe, Professor Kim delivers a book on the Law of the Middle Ages that is relevant for today's legal, scholarly, and intellectual discussions.
This book contains five of Professor Kim's academic essays: "War and Its Justification in the Law of the Middle Ages"; "Understanding "Intent" in Criminal Law via Gratian's Decretum and St. Augustine"; "Medieval Canon Law and Sacramental Theology: The Case of Baptism"; "The Order of the Templars and their Criminalization in the 14th Century AD"; "Understanding the History of Penance through Medieval Canon Law."
Professor Onyoo Elizabeth Kim is licensed to practice law in the states of California, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Professor Kim graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Pennsylvania in 2004 with a B.A. in history and classics and a M.A. in medieval history. Professor Kim received her J.D. degree from the UCLA School of Law in 2007. Since then Professor Kim has researched extensively on medieval law and its comparative and causative worth for modern law at UCLA, Yale University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Cologne Law School in Germany.