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The Foundations of Law: Legalism in the Ancient World, Europe, Asia

Author: 
Fernanda Pirie et al.
Publication date: 
Mon, 10 Oct 2011
Publication: 

In collaboration with the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society is pleased to publish a workshop report examining different aspects of the interplay between law and society.
The Foundations of Law emerges from the Oxford Legalism Project, and takes a comparative approach to inquire into how society chooses and structures the particular form of law it adopts, with case studies from England, France, Algeria, India, Yemen, and Southeast Asia.