Legal Science In The Early Republic: The Origins Of American Legal Thought And Education
This work of legal history explores the intellectual underpinnings of law in the early republic by examining the thought of scientifically minded legal scholars. It understands legal science as a coherent jurisprudential movement that was responsible for the institutionalization of law in the university setting, the production of legal treatises and law journals, the codification movement, and other legal innovations that are still with us today.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Lexington Books
- ISBN-13: 9781498519465
- ISBN: 1498519466
- Publication Year: 2016