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The spokesmen of the medieval courts: unknown leading judges of customary law and makers of the first continental law reports

Dirk Heirbaut UGent (2012) Judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law : from antiquity to modern times. p.192-208
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Machine generated contents note: Part I. Common Law: 1. Judges and judging 1176-1307 Paul Brand; 2. Formalism and realism in fifteenth-century English law: bodies corporate and bodies natural David J. Seipp; 3. Early modern judges and the practice of precedent Ian Williams; 4. Bifurcation and the Bench: the influence of the jury on English conceptions of the judiciary John H. Langbein; 5. Sir William Scott and the law of marriage Rebecca Probert; 6. The politics of English law in the nineteenth century Michael Lobban; 7. Judges and the criminal law in England 1808-1861 Phil Handler; 8. Bureaucratic adjudication: the internal appeals of the Inland Revenue Chantal Stebbings; Part II. Continental Law: 9. Remedy of prohibition against Roman judges in civil trials Ernest Metzger; 10. The spokesmen in medieval courts: the unknown leading judges of the customary law and makers of the first continental law reports Dirk Heirbaut; 11. Superior courts in early modern France, England and the Holy Roman Empire Ulrike Muessig; 12. The Supreme Court of Holland and Zeeland judging cases in the early 18th century A. J. B. Sirks; Part III. Imperial Law: 13. 11,000 prisoners: habeas corpus, 1500-1800 Paul D. Halliday; 14. Some difficulties of colonial judging: the Bahamas 1886-1893 Martin J. Wiener; 15. Australia's early High Court, the Fourth Commonwealth Attorney-General and the 'strike of 1905' Susan Priest; 16. Judges and judging in colonial New Zealand: where did native title fit in? David V. Williams.
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Judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law : from antiquity to modern times
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Paul Brand and Joshua Getzler
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192 - 208
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Cambridge University Press
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Cambridge, UK
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9781107018976
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English
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B2
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2043324
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2043324
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  author       = {Heirbaut, Dirk},
  booktitle    = {Judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law : from antiquity to modern times},
  editor       = {Brand, Paul and Getzler, Joshua},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {192--208},
  publisher    = {Cambridge University Press},
  title        = {The spokesmen of the medieval courts: unknown leading judges of customary law and makers of the first continental law reports},
  year         = {2012},
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Chicago
Heirbaut, Dirk. 2012. “The Spokesmen of the Medieval Courts: Unknown Leading Judges of Customary Law and Makers of the First Continental Law Reports.” In Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law : from Antiquity to Modern Times, ed. Paul Brand and Joshua Getzler, 192–208. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
APA
Heirbaut, D. (2012). The spokesmen of the medieval courts: unknown leading judges of customary law and makers of the first continental law reports. In P. Brand & J. Getzler (Eds.), Judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law : from antiquity to modern times (pp. 192–208). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Vancouver
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Heirbaut D. The spokesmen of the medieval courts: unknown leading judges of customary law and makers of the first continental law reports. In: Brand P, Getzler J, editors. Judges and judging in the history of the common law and civil law : from antiquity to modern times. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press; 2012. p. 192–208.
MLA
Heirbaut, Dirk. “The Spokesmen of the Medieval Courts: Unknown Leading Judges of Customary Law and Makers of the First Continental Law Reports.” Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law : from Antiquity to Modern Times. Ed. Paul Brand & Joshua Getzler. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 192–208. Print.