2 edition of history of French public law found in the catalog.
history of French public law
Originally published Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1915.
|Statement||translated by James W. Garner with introductions by Harold D. Hazeltine and Westel W. Willoughby.|
|Series||Continental legal history series -- 9|
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The earliest beginnings of modern Criminal Law in France from the late Middle Ages to the early Renaissance is represented by the Trial of the Templars in the early s and the Trial of Jeanne d'Arc just over a hundred years later. While the former is an. Translation of the section on public law in the author's treatise originally published under title: Manuel d'histoire du droit français (sources, droit public, droit privé).
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