Suum Cuique Tribuere: Legal Contexts, Judicial Archetypes and Deep-Structures Regarding Courts of Appeal and Judiciaries from Early Modernto Late Modern Europe
2018, 336 sidor
Comparative legal cultures is today an important field of research for legal historians worldwide. In this volume, prominent legal scholars from several European countries as well as from the United States and Australia contribute not only with chronological surveys but also with interesting field studies to current discourses about courts in Europe from the early modern period of time.
Kjell Å Modéer, Suum Cuique Tribuere. An Introduction.
- Alain Wijffels, Central and Peripheral Courts: Changing Historical Perspectives.
- Wolfgang Sellert, Imperial Control of the Aulic Council and the Imperial Chamber Court. Law and Reality.
- Anja Amend-Traut, How Legal Actions Can End – Alternative Forms of Ending Proceedings Before the Imperial Chamber Court in the seventeenth and eighteenth Century.
- Jean-Louis Halpérin, The Legacy of the Parliament of Paris in the Longue Durée.
- Marie Seong-Hak Kim, Michel de L’Hôpital and Christophe de Thou: Two Perceptions of Royal Justice during the French Religious Wars.
- Wilfrid Prest, The House of Lords as a Court of Appeal in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.
- Maeva Marcus, Hybrid Appellate Courts in the Early Republic.
- Marju Luts-Sootak, The Swedish Court and Appeal System in the Russian Empire: The Case of Livland in 1710–1889.
- Per Andersen, Danish Courts of Appeal from Early-Modern to Modern Times.
- Sören Koch, Courts of Appeal in Norway.